BlipTV are hosting videos of this week's talks at the O'Reilly Where 2.0 in Burlingame, California.
Where 2.0 is a yearly conference of the leading developers in location aware technology. So if you interested in the latest developments in the geo-web you should watch these talks:
"A News Feed for Your Block"
Adrian Holovaty, (EveryBlock and the founder of one of the first Google Maps mash-ups ChicagoCrime.org)
"Building a Programmable GPS Device with BUG"
Peter Semmelhack (Bug Labs)
"State of the Geoweb"
Hanke (Google) and Dangermond (ESRI)
"Augmented Reality Lets the DPD Know Where You Are"
Tom Churchill (Earthscape)
"Convergence of Architectural and Engineering Design and Location Technology"
Geoff Zeiss (Autodesk)
"Modeling Crowd Behavior"
Paul Torrens (Arizona State University)
"The Business Case for Simulation, Gaming, and Virtual Worlds"
Denis Browne (SAP Labs, LLC)