Web 2.0 Conference.
 Octover 5-7, 2004, Hotel Nikko, San Francisco, CA.

The Web 2.0 conference was held October 5-7, 2004 at the Hotel Nikko in San Francisco.

Attendees joined leaders of innovative start-ups and industry titans at the first-ever second-generation internet business conference. Jeff Bezos, Mark Cuban, John Doerr, Mary Meeker, Craig Newmark, and dozens more lead three-days of high-level discussions around the theme “The Web as Platform”.

If you weren't able to attend or if you want to touch up your notes from the conference, presentation files from some of the sessions and tutorials are available online. And don't miss our conference coverage, including news, weblogs, and photos from the show floor.


Web 2.0 Speaker Line-up – The Web's Foremost Leaders and Influencers

Marc Benioff
Benioff
Jeffrey P. Bezos
Bezos
Mark Cuban
Cuban
John Doerr
Doerr

Also speaking at Web 2.0
 Marc Andreessen  George Conrades  James Currier  Cory Doctorow  Bill Gross  Bill Gurley  William H. Janeway  Brewster Kahle  Lawrence Lessig  Udi Manber  John McKinley  Halsey Minor  Louis Monier  Richard F. Rashid, Ph.D.  Martin Nisenholtz  Mike Ramsay  Dan Rosensweig  David L. Sifry  Michael Weiss  Jake Winebaum  Jerry Yang

Lisa Gansky
Gansky
Mitchell Kapor
Kapor
Mary Meeker
Meeker
 Danger Mouse
Danger Mouse
William H. Janeway
Janeway
Kim Polese
Polese
Tim O'Reilly
O'Reilly
John Battelle
Battelle


About the Conference

The Web 2.0 Conference is of, for and about the leading figures and companies driving innovation in the Internet economy. The conference will debut with the theme of "The Web as Platform," exploring how the Web has developed into a robust platform for innovation across many media and devices - from mobile to television, telephone to search.

O'Reilly Media, Inc. and MediaLive International are partnering to produce the conference, which John Battelle and Tim O'Reilly will moderate.

John Battelle is the program chair of this year's Web 2.0 Conference. He's the co-founding editor of Wired Magazine, and founder and former chair of Standard Media International, which published The Industry Standard and TheStandard.com.


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Location

A cool, contemporary Japanese aesthetic. Emphasis on service and quality. Two quick blocks from bustling Union Square. The Hotel Nikko: the perfect gathering place for Web 2.0.

    Hotel Nikko


Sponsors.
Rojo Networks Inc.
AT&T - The world's networking  company
Sparkpr
Laszlo Systems
Quova, Inc.
Schematic
Sxip Networks
Yahoo!
StreamCast Networks™
eBay Developers Program
Business.com
Google
Overture Services, Inc.
PayPal Developer Network



Media Sponsors.
Business 2.0
9lessons
I Want Media
Safari Books Online
TechWeekEurope UK
Turbobytes
Six Revisions
Open Source Technology Group (OSTG)
InfoWorld
Open Source Technology Group (OSTG)
Wired for Web 2.0
CNET - Web 2.0
O'Reilly Network
Topix


Sponsors

Web 2.0 Sponsor Opportunities--Reach business leaders and technology influencers at the Web 2.0 conference. Call Amber Rattu at 415-905-2647 or email at
Download the Web 2.0 Sponsor Prospectus.

Press and Media

For media-related inquiries, contact Ben Stricker: or Suzanne Axtell:

Registration

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