Friday, November 19, 2010

Web 2.0 Summit 2010: Fred Wilson, John Doerr

TechCrunch: Wilson Vs. Doerr. Bubble Vs. Boom. East Vs. West. Android Vs. iPhone. Facebook Vs. The Web (VIDEO): With Web 2.0 Summit now over, looking back, in my mind, easily the best panel was the one entitled Point of Control: Finance. It featured venture capitalists John Doerr (Kleiner Perkins) and Fred Wilson (Union Square Ventures) talking with New York Magazine’s John Heilemann about the state of both investing and the state of the web ecosystem at large. What made it so interesting is that Wilson and Doerr clearly don’t agree on many of the big issues.

In The News

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TechCrunch: Mozilla: $104 Million In Revenues, 400 Million Users, Google Deal Running Through 2011
Twitter Testing A New “People” Tab: All Your Social Graph Steroids In One Place
GigaOm: Twitter “Screwed Up” With Developers, Founder Says
Google Mobile Blog: Google Sky Map- now with time travel

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