Who owns your data and content?
Why don't the social networks and communication tools you use work well together? Tune in each week to learn about the progress being made toward opening up the Social Web.
With a revolving cast of characters, we'll have some of the key technologists working on building the Social Web to explain what is going on; but this isn't a show about technology. It's about explaining what's going on in the fight to make sure you have control of your data, your content, and your privacy -- and the freedom to access your stuff from all over the Web.
John McCrea, Chris Messina, and Joseph Smarr try to make sense of recent developments from Chirp and F8 and the remarkable industry convergence around OAuth. Watch HiRes.
Posted on May 14, 2010 | Permalink
John McCrea and Chris Messina are joined by special guests — Don Thibeau of the OpenID Foundation and Drummond Reed of the Information Card Foundation — to discuss the launch of the Open Identity Exchange, the result of a year-long collaboration between the two foundations. Watch HiRes.
John McCrea and Chris Messina ring in the New Year with a review of the shows predictions for 2009, a look forward to 2010 -- and some breaking news. It's must-see Social Web TV! Watch HiRes
Posted on January 07, 2010 | Permalink
John McCrea and Joseph Smarr welcome special guest, Frank Eliason, a.k.a. @comcastcares, in an episode shot at the NewTeeVee Live Conference. Watch HiRes
John McCrea, Joseph Smarr, and Chris Messina get the band back together, in response to strong demand by loyal fans to cover lots of recent developments from the Internet Identity Workshop. Watch HiRes
Posted on November 06, 2009 | Permalink
David Recordon, Joseph Smarr, and John McCrea go where The Social Web TV has never gone before, including a review of the new book, The Accidental Billionaires. Genius? Or jumping the shark? Watch and decide for yourself. Watch HiRes
Posted on July 31, 2009 | Permalink
The full crew welcomes special guest, Kevin Marks, open standards champion, recently of Google, for a wide-ranging discussion, including the role of the Social Web in sharing in the loss of a pop star. Watch HiRes
David Recordon, Joseph Smarr, and John McCrea on the Social Web news of the week and the role of Twitter, Flickr, YouTube, and Facebook in the Iran Election protests. Watch HiRes
John McCrea and Joseph Smarr, back after a brief hiatus, welcome special guest, Louis Gray, to discuss the emergent Social Web from the early adopter perspective. Watch HiRes
John McCrea and Joseph Smarr, on location at the Internet Identity orkshop, welcome special guest, Luke Shepard of Facebook, to discuss the big news of Facebook becoming an OpenID Relying Party. Watch HiRes