Host Robert Siegel speaks to Tim O'Reilly, the founder and CEO of O'Reilly Media, about the annual Web conference he organizes and moderates called the Web 2.0 Summit, being held this week. O'Reilly says that the Internet economy is undergoing the biggest shift since the dot-com bust, and companies are vying for different "points of control." He's invited heads of tech companies like Facebook, Google and Yahoo, and Internet insurgents and "alpha nerds" to talk about the next phase of the Web.
Debating The Next Phase Of The Web
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