Day 1 of the mesh conference is a wrap…well, I’m sure a bunch of people are still out at the party
Highlights of the first day were a guy from Joost saying there’s no way to get cheap bandwidth to stream video (umm…we did that at CTV), a guy unloading on Guin from CBC in the video session about putting ads inside CBC video distributed online, Ethan Kaplan explaining how the music industry is going to use the back catalogue to become profitable again (suuuuure, of course I’d had issues with him before ), and hearing how the TTC video cameras protect our privacy with an insane level of protection.
If you noticed a bunch of people intently typing on their Macbooks at mesh today, that was us liveblogging all the sessions on ScribbleLive. If you want the play-by-play of all the sessions, check them out below. We’ll be back liveblogging tomorrow so if you can’t be there, come join us online tomorrow!
- Keynote with Ethan Kaplan
- Keynote with Michael Geist
- 15 Minutes of Fame
- Video is Everywhere
- The New Front Page
- Private vs. Public
- Where’s the Business in Show Business – Music and the Web