Videos on Web-based Business Models

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The next Web of open, linked data - a TED talk by Tim Berners-Lee on his next project, a web for open, linked data that could do for numbers what the Web did for words, pictures, video: unlock our data and reframe the way we use it together. 16:23min (2009)
Google’s Schmidt: 2009 is a Good Year to Be a New Graduate - Google CEO Eric Schmidt speaks at the Stanford Graduate School of Business, talking about some very interesting topics. 55:31min (2009)
How does technology evolve? - What's the true meaning of technology? What does technology want? A thoughtful TED talk on technology and its role in our lives, by the chief editor of WIRED, Kevin Kelly; 20:00min (2005)
Predicting the next 5,000 days of the Web - a great TED talk on the next 5,000 days of the World Wide Web, by Kevin Kelly; 19:34min (2007)
A panel discussion on the future of the Internet and Web 3.0 - Charlie Rose interviewing Jerry Yang, Brian Halla, Charles Giancarlo and Reed Hastings; 24:55min (2006)
A conversation about Wikipedia with the co-founder - Charlie Rose interviewing Jimmy Wales; 14:02min (2007)
A conversation with founder, Craig Newmark - Charlie Rose interviewing Craig Newmark, founder of; 19:56min (2007)
A conversation with CEO Jeff Bezos - Charlie Rose interviewing's Founder and CEO Jeff Bezos; 53:56min (2007)

Guy Kawasaki: The Art of the Start @ TiECon 2006 CEO Guy Kawasaki speaks at TiECon 2006
39:46min (2006)

Chris Anderson - Identifying "The Long Tail" - Wired Editor and Author Chris Anderson explains his theory of "The Long Tail", using the music and film industries as examples; 09:02min (2006)
Steve Jobs' Commencement Speech at Stanford University - Steve Jobs' Commencement Speech at Stanford University; 14:33min (2005)
A conversation with Eric Schmidt about innovations in technology - Brian Williams's conversation with Eric Schmidt (CEO Google) and Ivan Seidenbert (CEO Verizon Communications) about innovations in technology; 56:40min (2006)
A conversation with Yahoo CEO Terry Semel - Charlie Rose interviewing CEO Terry Semel of Yahoo; 18:50min (2006)
A conversation with CEO Reed Hastings of Netflix - Charlie Rose interviewing Netflix CEO Reed Hastings; 25:59min (2005)
A conversation with Yahoo! founder Jerry Yang - Charlie Rose interviewing Jerry Yang, Founder of Yahoo; 23:11min (2005)
A conversation about eBay - a conversation with Meg Whitman, CEO of eBay; 28:31min (2001)

A conversation with Michael Dell - A conversation with Michael Dell, Founder and CEO of Dell Computers; 28:07min (1999)
A conversation with CEO of AOL Steve Case - Charlie Rose interviewing Steve Case, CEO of AOL; 18:19min (1998)
A discussion with Steve Jobs and John Lasseter - A discussion with Steve Jobs (Apple) and John Lasseter (Pixar); 23:00min (1996)
An hour with professor Michael Porter at Harvard Business School - An hour with professor Michael Porter at Harvard Business School, 52:43min (2004)
All Marketers are Liars - The Power of Telling Authentic Stories in a Low-Trust World - bestselling author and online marketing guru Seth Godin speaks at Google; 48:02min (2007)
The Economics of Internet Search - a lecture by Hal R. Varian, chief economist at Google, providing an introduction to the economics of Internet search; historical development of the technology and the industry, economic features of the auction system used for displaying ads and the classical theory of two-sided matching markets in this context. 56:46min; (2008)
"Web 2.0 is learning to recognize things" - an interview with Tim O'Reilly - Tim O'Reilly, talking about the Web 2.0 in an interview with Blaise Zerega, President and CEO of ForaTV; 33:37min (2009)

Videos on Revenue models

Beyond CPM: Experiment a lot - Beyond CPM: Experiment a lot: Five very smart, very creative people talk about innovative ways to create lots of revenue and lots of profit. Sometimes they failed, but they always learned. Their advice: experiment a lot. 61:54min (2009)
Revenue Bootcamp: Chris Anderson - Chris Anderson, the editor-in-chief at Wired Magazine spent more than an hour at Revenue Bootcamp on July 10, 2009, talking about his new book, "Free: The Future of a Radical Price" and what he called the "animal forces of digital economics" at work on the web.
Will Anyone Pay For Anything? - "Will Anyone Pay for Anything" is the first in a series of videos recorded during the Revenue Bootcamp held on the Microsoft campus in Mountain View, California
Revenue Bootcamp: Chris Anderson - The editor-in-chief at Wired Magazine is talking about his new book, Free: The Future of a Radical Price and what he called the "animal forces of digital economics" at work on the Web.
Is the advertising model dead? - The good news for online advertising is that there are lots of opportunities for growth, panelists agree in this video taken during the July 10 Revenue Bootcamp held on the Microsoft campus in Mountain View, California.

Videos on Online Social Networks

Talking Facebook Business - Facebook has put together a number of ideas and the widgets to go with them to make the social media site useful for businesses. Mike Vernal manages the engineering team for the Facebook Platform, so he has a unique view of how Facebook can be used by business.
Online fundraising help - Click&Pledge is an on-demand software system, in the Software as a Service, or SaaS, category, that offers a low-cost hosted service targeting such groups as nonprofit organizations, political campaigns and universities that need help with online fundraising.

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