Web 2.0 LobbyCam

I’ll be turning on the camera sometime between now and 10 a.m. and we’ll see how it goes walking around the streets of San Francisco. I’ll be hanging out in the lobby all day from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. — I have several parties/dinners to attend in the evening but don’t have enough battery life to go that far.

Today will start out with me filming a Sharedbook demo at 10 a.m. Come join the fun at 10 a.m. Pacific Time. UPDATE: we’re online now. Frame rate is slow, but people say they can hear. Both Jeremiah and I are broadcasting. Visit http://www.ustream.tv and click on one of our streams to watch.

UPDATE2: We’re off today. Lots of fun, had lots of interesting people on my camera and Justin.TV dropped by too. I’ll turn the camera on on Wednesday again at 9 a.m. Pacific.

Comments

  1. [...] Robert Scoble and Jeremiah Owyang are streaming live from Web 2.0 Expo using technology from Ustream and I bet many more will follow. It makes me wonder how long it will be before we see a search engine dedicated to finding live video streams – if there isn’t one already that I am not aware of that is. Think about it, with the NAB and Web 2.0 Expo shows going on right now, wouldn’t it be cool to be able to search for live video feeds from these shows or more specifically for feeds from a particular seminar or exhibitor’s stand? [...]

  2. The democratization of live broadcast video

    How many of you have checked out Justin.tv? Come on. Admit it, you know who you are. I am one of the occasional voyeurs that

  3. I asked Dell about a Tablet PC…sorta

    I spent about two hours today attending the Web 2.0 conference. What’s that, you say? How’d he do that if he’s near Philly and the conference is in California? OK, I was virtually there; you caught me. I actually watched and participated in a ustrea…