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Tim O'Reilly Mashup Camp 2008

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Tim O'Reilly talk at Mashup Camp, November 19, 2008

Tim O'Reilly Mashup Camp 2008

  1. State of the Internet OS Tim O’Reilly O’Reilly Media, Inc. www.oreilly.com Mashup Camp November 19, 2008
  2. How many of you have O’Reilly books? 2
  3. Web 2.0 Summit 3
  4. Web 2.0 Summit 4
  5. quot;The future is here. It's just not evenly distributed yet.quot; --William Gibson 5
  6. Pattern Recognition 6
  7. The Open Source Paradigm Shift 7
  8. The Open Source Paradigm Shift • How many of you use Linux? 7
  9. The Open Source Paradigm Shift • How many of you use Linux? • How many of you use Google? 7
  10. The Open Source Paradigm Shift • How many of you use Linux? • How many of you use Google? • What’s being missed here? 7
  11. What Do These Apps Have in Common? CraigsList Wikipedia 8
  12. What Do These Apps Have in Common? • The Internet, not the PC, is their platform • Built on top of open source software, but not themselves open source • Services, not packaged applications • Data aggregators, not just software • Network effects from user contributions are key to their market dominance “The future is here. It’s just not evenly distributed yet.” 9
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  14. “Data is the Intel Inside” 11
  15. Building on the momentum and excitement of the O’Reilly Peer-to-Peer & Web Services Conferences Building the Internet Operating System MAY 13–16, 2002 • WESTIN SANTA CLARA , SANTA CLARA , CA “Peer-to-peer and Web Services are only the first steps towards the emergence of a distributed Internet operating system— a new platform for next generation applications that are device and location independent, and provide increasingly transparent services.” — TIM O’R EILLY, F OUNDER & P RESIDENT, O’R EILLY & A SSOCIATES , I NC. 12
  16. The Internet Operating System The subsystems will be data subsystems – Location – Identity – Time – Products – Speech – Translation – Relationships – Price – Tags – ??? 13
  17. The Programmable Web Last two weeks All time 14
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  20. Three Types of Data Sources • Namespaces • Primary data • Derived meaning 17
  21. Namespaces • Unique keys used to look up actual data • Can be widely known, invented, or “embraced and extended” 18
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  34. Web 2.0 is about finding meaning in user-generated data, and turning that meaning into real-time user-facing services 31
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  40. How Ridiculous Is This? • Dialed calls (last 10) • Received calls (last 10) • Missed calls (last 10) My phone company’s call history database knows everyone I’ve called and who’s called me, how often and how recently. Why doesn’t it share that with me? 37
  41. MAKE: Magazine “Martha Stewart for Geeks” -- Newsweek 38
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  43. What’s Next? 40
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  47. Eric Horvitz 44
  48. For More Information • What is Web 2.0? http://www.oreillynet.com/go/web2 • http://tim.oreilly.com • http://radar.oreilly.com • http://www.makezine.com 45
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