Radio Berkman 140: Three Trends of 2009

December 21st, 2009

The closing of another year brings with it an excuse for celebration. And what could be more fun than looking back at the year that was and trying to distill some of the top trends in the web, technology, and society?

David Weinberger attended Supernova 2009 in San Francisco, where some of the biggest names in tech, business, government, and academia came together to talk past, present, and future of networks. He chatted with a number of those thought-leaders, and came away with three major threads for 2009 which might help guide our thinking as we go into 2010:

The Broadband Initiative
The Growth of Real Time Web
The Web and the Obama Administration

So curl up by the fire with your generative digital listening device, pop in those earbuds, and listen in as we reflect on three of the major trends of 2009 with David Weinberger.

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Creative Commons music used this week:
Brad Sucks – Gasoline
Morgantj – Raindrops

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Links to David Weinberger’s full Interviews from Supernova 2009 after the jump

Esme Vos: On Structural Separation

Paul Brigner of Verizon

Elliot Noss on broadband policy in Canada and US

Anil Dash on Expert Labs

Alec Ross on the Net in the State Department

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