So here's the last reflection on Kinnernet (we already got the next event coming up on June, it's about Music and hopefully exciting things will happen there as well).
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I had the chance to meet Peter Hirshberg (Technorati's Chairman) during the camp. He gave a cool presentation on the history of computing, and also an insightful keynote during the following The Marker Com.vention 2007 event.
I first saw Peter at AO 2004 (wasn't there, but watched the webcasts), when he was moderating the panel on what blogging is. It was 2004 and blogs were that "new internet thing" buzzed everywhere. Lots has changed since then, but the great thing on this panel was Peter's brilliant and funny video interviews with people in the street, looking for answers on what are blogs and what you know about it.
Well, I had to rip those videos, and 3 years after, it now comes handy.
I thought it could be nice to post those interviews, and was managed to find them on my dusty CD case. Of course I also ripped the keynote on The Marker event, but unfortunately the shooting angle there wasn't good, and basically misses the screen (how typical of The Marker...).
Part 1 - What is a blogger? Are you a blogger?:
Part 2 - Asking the Expert:
Part 3 - Where's the Blogosphere (the funniest of all - don't miss this):
Have to note that the French girl on 1:14 is really cute...