Webcasts

computing, human-computer interaction, user experience, media

HyperKult XX, Computer als Medium

HyperKult 20: Trivialisierung

Interaction 11

Member of Crew #RSE10

Raum Schiff Erde

Hamburger Un-Konferenz für Digitales, Interaktionsdesign und Internet

Programm mit Slides und Referenzen 2010, Webcasts 2010

PopTech

IA TV

Information Architecture TV

over 300 presentations over the recent 2 years. Bring some time.

Innovationsforum Interaktionsdesign

Innovationsforum Interaktionsdesign 2007

Videos, at vimeo
  • Bill Moggridge
  • Frank Jacob
  • Gesche Joost
  • Bernard Kerr
  • Tim Edler
  • 6/60
  • Mike Richter
  • Anthony Dunne
  • Gillian Crampton Smith
  • Kristjan Kristjansson
  • Patrick Kochlik + Dennis Paul
  • Bruce Sterling



MEDICHI 2007

Klagenfurt Campus TV recorded the keynote from Mike Mahoney (1939-2008) What Makes the History of Software Hard and Why it Matters, the read-out talk for Niklaus Wirth A Brief History of Software Engineering, Tibor Vamos' presentation Nothing is More Practical than a Good Theory, and Joseph Weizenbaum's (1923-2008) closing keynote Social and political impact of the long term history of computing.

Enterprise 2.0, 2007

video portal

audio portal

HyperKult, Computer als Medium

HyperKult 16: Medium Computer. Geschichte(n), Visionen, Phantasmen

netzspannung.org

Das Speil mit dem Medium – Partizipation, Immersion, Interaktion

SinnerSchrader: Next 07

Sun Microsystems

Ivan Sutherland on Leadership, Sun 2006

UbiComp 2006

Keynote by Bruce Sterling: Spime Meme Map – The majesty of the ideas and the lyricism of the language (starts at about 10')

Free Software & Open Source Symposium 2006 in Toronto, Canada

Presentation Recordings, i.e.:
  • The Social Logic of Freedom: OpenOffice.org by Louis Suarez-Potts, Community Manager and Community Lead, OpenOffice.org
  • Monetizing Open Source at Sun by Brian Down, Chief Technologist, Sun Canada

ZDFmediathek

Joseph Weizenbaum

„Wir werden Bediener“, ZDFmediathek März 2005

TED Conference (Technology Entertainment Design)

TED Talks 2006

TED Blog

Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi: Creativity, Fulfillment and Flow, TED 2004

Google Video

Google TechTalks

Strike Up The Brand: How to Design for Branding by Jared Spool, 47', May 2006

The Science and Art of User Experience at Google by Jen Fitzpatrick, June 2006, 27' 29"

The Paradox of Choice - Why More Is Less by Barry Schwartz, 1:4' 7", April 2006

Connexions - Building Communities and Sharing Knowledge by Richard G. Baraniuk, 53' 30", Apr 2006

The Archimedes Palimpsest, 1:04', Mar 2006

Transclusion: Fixing Electronic Literature by Ted Nelson, 53', Jan 2007

Stanford Law School: Lawrence Lessig

LawrenceLessig created the concept of Creative Commons.

SinnerSchrader: Next 10 Years in E-Business

Edelman

From Control To Conversation

Heiko Hebig and David Weinberger in Hamburg, Feb 2006

see also

While David was in Hamburg...

Stanford Center for Professional Development

Human-Computer Interaction Seminar, Prof. Winograd

e.g.:

Webcasts are available at the seminar's video list.

Esther Dyson previews PC Forum 2006

...and talks about the more choice you have the less happy you are.

Cognitive Design 2005

Good Experience Live (GEL)

Good Experience Live (GEL) Conference

webcasts of GEL 2005

User Experience Roundtable Hamburg: June 2006

GEL 2006

goodexperience.com: Brief Gel 2006 recap

webcasts of GEL 2006

OSCON

OSCON 2005 Keynote - Identity 2.0

wonderful presentation style and thoughts. refreshing!

NerdTV

NerdTV by Robert Cringley

  • NerdTV Archive
    • #11 Doug Engelbart
    • #5 Tim O’Reilly
    • #3 Bill Joy
    • #1 Andy Hertzfeld

Computer History Museum

Recorded events fromt the Computer History Museum

Sun Brand Summit 2005

Ars Electronica 2005

Ars Electronica 2005 – Hybrid – living in paradox

reboot 7

reboot7

Ars Electronica 2004

Ars Electronica 2004 – Timeshift

ZD Net

Net's moving into Iron Age

Internet pioneer and steward Vint Cerf contends that the Net is still early in its evolution, in the process of moving from a figurative stone age to an iron age. In his Face to Face interview with ZDNet Editor in Chief Dan Farber, Cerf discusses the Internet's future and outlines his views on spam, privacy, IPv6 and interplanetary networking. He also answers the question, "Who should run the Internet?"

The Internet is a reflection of our society. And that mirror is going to be reflecting what we see. If we do not like what we see in that mirror the problem is not to fix that mirror. We have to fix society. - Vint Cerf

Vinton Cerf: Net's moving into Iron Age (26 minutes video)Video

Ars Electronica 2003

Ars Electronica 2003 – CODE – The Language of Our Time

Conference on  Emerging Technologies 2003

ETECH 2003

OpenOffice.org Conference 2003

OOoCon 2003

Ars Electronica 2003

Ars Electronica 2002 – Unplugged – Art as the Scene of Global Conflicts

Software Pioneers 2001

Ars Electronica 2001

Ars Electronica 2001 – Takeover – Who is doing the art of tomorrow?

Alan Kay

Ted Nelson

Doug Engelbart