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Maarten Schenk

Might I suggest Ray Kurzweil as a speaker too? I would love to hear him talk to a tech audience about the coming technological singularity. Perspective-changing.

Anyway, have to agree with all the positive reactions: I have been at all editions and this was by far the best one. Keep it up Loic and Geraldine, and maybe next year we could use http://www.leweb3community.com during the planning stage?

Tom Raftery

Loic - congrats again, great job by you, Geraldine, Cathy and the team.

From a speaker's perspective improvements for next year should include wireless mics and wireless 'clickers' (for forwarding the slides) for those presenting.

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Loic & Geraldine,

One thing I'd like to suggest that I haven't see on the list , is have more speakers from Asia, or have session about Web 2.0 in Asia, get them interested in coming to LeWeb3.
I've traveled to Asia, and I always found it interesting that they are using something that I've never heard of in the states or Europe, aka QQ, wretch, daum,etc...
I thought it was so cool that Jaewong Lee from Daum was in the first panel, but I think it's too bad that no one asked him any question, everyone was focused on the Facebook speaker.

I propose a session a session about "Web 2.0 Asian style". Until you'll get a major numbers of participants/speakers from Asia I don't think it can be considered a "WorldWide conference". Otherwise it's a bit like when the G8 meet up w/ out China.

I think getting speakers from the African continent would be nice as well, if there's any. After all mobile phones have been growing rapidly there and the continent is getting wired.

Good luck with next year! If you need volunteers for anything, I am up for it, as long as it earns me a way inside LeWeb3 '08 :)

Jonathan Marks

I agree with the comments above. You need some more input from both India and China where most of our software and hardware is being made these days. The Indians are building a medical portal designed to share operations live with surgeons across Africa. It would be great to hear how other non-broadcast organisations are using new media tools to share their great ideas. Can elaborate if needed.

Leweb3 was a festival of great ideas. It would be great if the web presence and Seesmic extended the conversation throughout the year. Like if you announce the theme(s) for 2008 in January, I can imagine that some participants can prepare relevant video to bring to one of the sessions. In other words, you are involving participants before the conference starts. Talent spotters on the website would invite the best digital storytellers between Jan-October to come and share their story at Leweb3/5.

The audio and video production at Leweb was superb - clearly the people behind the scenes were enjoying it too - the girls on the camera were crafting the shots well. I think you need to talk to vpod to revamp the way the videos are posted on the web. The quality doesn't do justice to the original, and the user interface may be a designer's dream, it is bloody difficult to use. What you have is a knowledge powerhouse of new thinking and great ideas. By selecting the best speeches from Leweb (present and past) and perhaps mashing them with great video from DLD, Reboot, Picnic and Lift) you can build a portal that would complement what TED is doing. To answer the previous poster, there are also great entrepreneurs from Africa - doing what Hans Rosling was talking about, especially in the areas of health (like SMS services to help people select real drugs from the thousands of fakes). I'm happy to share other suggestions to give it more of a global touch. But this is icing on the cake... It is great to watch a great idea blossom.

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