Category: Web at LeWeb 2011

Posted by – December 14, 2011 is a way to make new friends from all over the world, just one phone call away. at LeWeb 2011

Posted by – December 14, 2011

Currioos is a social network dedicated to digital artists, graphic designers, illustrators, artists can showcase their work. Each month they print a selection of the artworks in a limited edition that gets sold at 50 euro or up to 200 euro per high quality poster-sized prints. at LeWeb 2011

Posted by – December 13, 2011

Last year I filmed Danil Kozyatnikov at LeWeb 2010 about his story about how Loic Lemeur had invited him from Siberia to be at LeWeb 2010, since then he raised half a million dollars for his startup. Here is a video about the status of

Oleapark at LeWeb 2011

Posted by – December 13, 2011

A mobile application to replace the badge at conferences, letting conference users interact with people nearby, exchange contacts and more at a conference.

Charbax on Twit

Posted by – December 12, 2011

Here again, now Twit posted the video on the official channel, so here it is, when you click the play button below, it should start at the right time-code 35 minutes 17 seconds when I first appear on the show, where I get to talk to Leo Laporte and Sarah Lane on the Twit show at LeWeb 2011!

On Twit, I get to talk with Leo Laporte and Sarah Lane about the legalization of piracy in Switzerland, in France, about the latest Archos G9 and Arnova G2 devices and I get to show off my headmounted Motorola Kopin Golden-i system for augmented video-blogging. by Christian Aubry

Posted by – December 12, 2011

Christian Aubry (aka Ami Calmant) is a Web Communicator based in Montreal, Québec, a video reporter and a renowned specialist of social webcasting on Web 2.0 platforms. Since 2006 he produces, publishes and promotes video reports, interviews, conferences, talk shows and other events either live or on demand (VoD). He covers economic, social, cultural and professional stories. His clients are typically companies, government bodies, non profit associations, and new medias.

At LeWeb 2011 he setup a website dedicated to provide real-time and recorded multi-camera video interviews with LeWeb participants.

3Dvia Staying Alive, saving lives with 3D

Posted by – December 12, 2011

The goal is to train more people to react quickly when people have heart attacks, doing more public training on what needs to be done can save thousands of lives in France and worldwide.

Runkeeper at Leweb 2011

Posted by – December 12, 2011

Jason Jacobs is the founder of Runkeeper. at LeWeb 2011

Posted by – December 10, 2011 provides recommended recipes based on your tastes.

Daria Batukhtina at LeWeb 2011

Posted by – December 10, 2011

She’s PR and Communications specialist with focus in Europe and Russia and organizes events in Russia and Europe. Her website is at and she’s on Google+

Karin Hoegh at LeWeb 2011

Posted by – December 10, 2011

She’s a Danish journalist and Podcasting consultant talking about going from being a journalist and working on radio to blogging and podcasting. She interviewed me in Danish posted as an Mp3 file here: Karin Hoegh is on Google+ and Twitter.

Ben Parr at LeWeb 2011

Posted by – December 10, 2011

Ben Parr was an editor at now he’s going to do something new. He did a presentation with LOLcats at LeWeb on the main stage:

I was on Twit!

Posted by – December 10, 2011

You can see me starting at 9 minutes 45 seconds time code in following Twit Live video recorded at LeWeb 2011, I’m interviewed by Leo Laporte and Sarah Lane! This video features some of my talk about Switzerland legalizing piracy, France implementing the global licence to legalize piracy, Archos, my headmounted Kopin Golden-i computer, live stream and augmented video-blogging system.

Source: recorded video on

I’ll post the YouTube embed if Twit and LeWeb release it separately on YouTube.

Google Display Advertising, status of Truview, ad exchange networking, youtube monetization

Posted by – December 10, 2011

Google’s display advertising business is growing very fast. On YouTube they are implementing TruView technology that allows only good ads to be displayed to the right target audience, and more. CEO Gabe Rivera at LeWeb 2011

Posted by – December 10, 2011 is the most influential tech news aggregation website. Gabe Rivera is the founder and CEO, his team has made algorithms and tools for listing the latest most relevant and interested technology stories from all the blogs, news sources, social media and more. I ask him about how it decides what is most relevant, if customizations options should be provided to provide personalized techmeme output.

My interview with MG Siegler at LeWeb 2011

Posted by – December 10, 2011

He’s Apple fanboy number 1, check here for some of his impressions on Google vs Apple. at LeWeb 2011

Posted by – December 9, 2011

25 programmers in the bus, 72 hours, 2700km, 6 startup ideas actually realized and working. They traveled from Holland to Copenhagen, to Zurich and to Paris to be at LeWeb 2011, check this video to hear about some of the startups they have been able to brainstorm and actually develop to show as working prototype.

Spotify launches Spotify Radio

Posted by – December 9, 2011

Here at LeWeb 2011, Daniel Ek, CEO and founder of Spotify, announces the launch of the Spotify Radio music recommendations engine. How does it compare with the music recommendations algorithms of, Pandora and other? at LeWeb 2011

Posted by – December 8, 2011

JP Rangaswami talks about some of’s work with social media for the enterprise.

Bill Gross at LeWeb 2011

Posted by – December 8, 2011

Here’s my interview with him talking about the tech industry. You can watch his whole keynote video here: