Jascha Franklin-Hodge--cofounder of Blue State Digital, which built Obama’s online social-networking tools--describes how the president-elect’s social-networking strategy made for a well-oiled Election Day effort. Franklin-Hodge also discusses the future of Obama’s e-mail database of "millions and millions" of supporters.
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OnLive CEO Steve Perlman explains how his cloud videogame service deals with real network conditions.
Instructables CEO Eric Wilhelm discusses the philosophy behind the website, which allows people to describe their do-it-yourself projects step by step.
CEO Jack Dorsey recounts the origins of his obsession with status updates and how it led to the birth of Twitter—and to original uses for microblogging.
Drupal founder Dries Buytaert discusses how his vision and the open-source nature of the project benefit the content-management system.
Jascha Franklin-Hodge, cofounder and chief technology officer of Blue State Digital, describes how the company helped create and manage Barack Obama's highly successful online social network.
Video artists Jonathan McIntosh and Julie Levin Russo discuss how open technologies could ease the difficult task of remixing existing television shows and movies.
Mozilla’s Chris Blizzard and Mark Surman demonstrate a novel insertion of Twitter feeds into real-time video streams and discuss how open-source video tools will make such innovation easy.