Web 2.0 Expo

April 12th, 2007

Expo Cal is up and running an instance of iCalico, the social conference calendaring app (fancy way of saying tries to answer the, “um, what should I go see?” question), Rabble and I wrote.

In other Web2Expo news, my talk for Ignite Sunday night got accepted. Ack! Um, so I’ll be speaking (for at least 6 minutes) Sunday night on “casual privacy”.

5 responses to “Web 2.0 Expo”

  1. Frank says:

    Hello.. nice to meet you..

    I wanna visit web 2.0 expo..

    but i can’t ..

    You are working at Flickr?

    Great.. When i reporting , i know Flickr is Great company.

    Anyway.. Have a nice day.. Bye bye

  2. Jay says:


    Is iCalico available as an Open Source Project?

    Or for use with other conferences?


  3. tobias says:

    saw the talk last night… really interesting stuff. I’d like you to check out Me.dium. You can check out the private beta here: http://me.dium.com/from/5d48c

    we provide a window to the world of people behind your browser and their real-time acivity. I also think we’ve addressed privacy in a neat way.

    Let me know what you think.

    Cheers. Tobias

  4. kellan says:

    Hey Tobias,

    Thanks for the feedback! Its a brand new talk, so all feedback is good.

    I don’t quite get me.dium, what does it do?

  5. Hey Kellan!

    ICalico is super-happy-awesome! Nice work. SlideShare integration would be so cool : let’s chat soon about this. ;->

    Bummed that I missed you ignite talk. I love that format, seems really fun…