Thomas O'Connor on Health Content Monetization The managing director of Berkery Noyes, Thomas O’Connor, discusses how the economic downturn may impact investment in health content and technology companies. He also talks about how companies can tie their content to the bottom line.
Running time: 294 seconds
Acor.org's Gilles J. Frydman Talks About Health Websites Gilles J. Frydman, President of the Association of Cancer Online Resources talks about the importance of transparency in Health 2.0 tools and what his organization is doing to help patients find cancer information.
Running time: 76 seconds
Andre Blackman Talks About His Pulse and Signal Blog The founder and chief blogger of Pulse + Signal talks about the evolving mission of the popular blog as well as where he sees healthcare and healthcare technology heading in the coming years.
Running time: 172 seconds
Co-Founder Indu Subaiya on the State of Health 2.0 The cofounder of the Health 2.0 Conference talks about the current state of Health 2.0 and what can be done to improve the adoption of new technologies that help both patients and doctors.
Running time: 201 seconds
Susannah Fox on Social Media for Patient Health Information Susannah Fox from the Pew Internet and American Life Project gives her meme for this year’s Health 2.0 conference, which is if you’re not engaging patients, “you’re doing it wrong.” Watch other interviews with Susannah here on icyou.
Running time: 284 seconds
Amy Tenderich on DiabetesMine.com Health Website Amy Tenderich is a journalist and the Founder of DiabetesMine as well as the community manager for Diabetic Connect, a social networking site for people living with diabetes. In this video she talks about how new technologies, like the launch of KEAS, is helping people better manage their diabetes.
Running time: 324 seconds
Kelly Day Talks About Discovery's Social Media Strategy The Discovery Networks connects with 23 million fans, says Kelly Day, who heads the network's digital operations, in this interview with Beet.TV We spoke with her earlier this month at at CES. A spokeswoman for Discovery told your correspondent this afternoon that the network of programs
is adding 500,000 new fans a week. Day told Beet.TV that the company will launch an iPad App in February which will be deeply integrated with Facebook.
Running time: 283 seconds
Jeremy Forrester on Opera's Deal with Sony Bravia While the adoption of the Opera browser is limited in desktop use, with most of users in the mobile space, it could play a major role in connected TV's as standard browser. Jeremy Forrester from Opera Software talks about the browser's capability and working with Sony on a software for the Sony Bravia tv screens.
Running time: 141 seconds
Guy Kawasaki on Writing a LinkedIn Post Guy Kawasaki Reveals He Had 'Help' Writing LinkedIn Post
For nearly 30 years, Kawasaki has earned a notable reputation as a venture capitalist, entrepreneur and popular blogger and a former Apple evangelist. In this video he reveals whether his famous LinkedIn post was his own work.
Running time: 172 seconds
Guy Kawasaki on the Power of Twitter For nearly 30 years, Kawasaki has earned a notable reputation as a venture capitalist, entrepreneur and popular blogger.The former Apple evangelist will share his provocative insights and commonsense practices for succeeding in today's business world. In this segment he talks about the power of social networks like Twitter and Facebook to meet people.
Running time: 175 seconds