Where 2.0

The 2011 Where 2.0 conference is wrapping up today in Santa Clara, CA.  Over the course of the week, many of the presentations have been streamed live over the conference website. I’m including a few YouTube videos for some of noteworthy presentations.

Jack Dangermond – CEO and founder of Esri: “Living Maps – Making Collective Geographic Information a Reality”


Blaise Agüera y Arcas, Architect of Bing Maps and MSN at Microsoft:  “Read/Write World”


Ben Fry – principal of Fathom: “Mapping: From Interesting to Insightful to Irrelevant” (coming soon)


Patrick Meier, Director of Crisis Mapping & New Media for Ushahidi: “May the Crowd Be With You: The Future of Crisis Mapping for Disaster Response”


Dennis Crowley, Co-founder, foursquare; and Robert Scoble, Managing Director, Rackspace: “Future Location: Scoble & Dens”


John Barratt, self-described “Geo, twitter & weather web hacker”:  “Who, What, Where, When: Creating New Maps from Geo-tweets”


Sylvain Carle, CEO & co-founder @ Needium: “Locking Yourself Out in London (and Tweeting about it)