Happy One Web Day!

Had a mini party in Tokyo. Robert Pepper and Kenneth Carter joined Fumi and me. Fumi shot some video of us talking.


Robert Pepper and Joi Ito talk about the web for One Web Day in Tokyo. Parti I. September 22, 2006.
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Robert Pepper, Kenneth Carter and Joi Ito talk about the web for One Web Day in Tokyo. Parti II. September 22, 2006.
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We don't even have control over anyone. You don't have control over your loved ones, nor your coworkers, nor your subordinates. What you have is a working relationship, strain it too hard for whatever reason and the relationship will disintegrate.

If you realize that precise control of other people is a pointless task, then the people you interact with will help you more.

Joi, can you please implement somehow the links for some of your speaches... You're really inspiring :) and it's such a shame that there are no visible links of the speaches, on blog. I bet you do them a lot, why don't you record/post some of them? :)
tnx

I've got through the one from wikipedia.... has your opinion of Microsoft changed (I forgot to ask you this when you were in Zagreb), because of the Live spaces and so... ?

Many thanks to Mr. Pepper and his FCC team. A little off the point, but I'd love to see *some* regulation (or perhaps standardization?) with regard to client side object models and programmatic resources. Ajax is great, but a hack.

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