Kristoffer Lawson, CEO of SCRED, a financial management application, took the time to answer some questions about his likes and dislikes as far as the web is concerned:
On a personal note: I tried SCRED and it is a great way of managing expenses in a low-profile way. Give it a try!
Martin Källström from Twingly sat down with me during the conference to provide some insight into the things that Twingly does and how it prevents (or at least: hopes to prevent) spam from taking over the system:
Multi-touch is one of the hottest technologies currently available. The technology can be seen in iPhones, iPod Touch devices and the Microsoft Surface computing system … oh, and in the Social Contemporary Center for the Arts Amsteredam
Peter Distol was so kind as to explain how the technology works and also elaborate on the potential uses:
And, as an extra treat, here is a short clip showcasing the actual multi-touch technology, dubbed with a very special quote:
Every now and then, a group of people conceives a product that just kicks butt. A couple of decades ago, it was the machine that slices bread, then came the iPhone and now, it is E.
In the following clip, Renato Valdés Olmos quickly explains what E is and how it can be used:
Leonieke Verhoog is a team-lead of the “Digitaal” project within Dutch broadcasting organization VPRO and she, too, took the time to answer some questions on her likes and dislikes as far as web 2.0 is concerned.
Leonieke seems to know the scene very well, something you can tell by very passionate way of answering my questions, definitely worth watching.