James Seng, Jeff Ooi, Kevin Lim, Lucian Teo and Chew Choon Keat held a fantastic panel discussion at ReMIX SEA 07 last week on the meaning of Web 2.0 in South East Asia.
The guys discussed their views on what the term "Web 2.0" means to them and how it applies to the web scene in Singapore and Malaysia.
Each of the five panelists discussed the topic from slightly different view points which resulted in a very interesting and diverse conversation.
The entire panel is available to stream or download here on Channel 10 in both video and audio (podcast) formats.
Thank you to all five panelists for their time at ReMIX SEA 07 and to the audience members who participated in the discussion.The PanelistsJames Seng
is one of Singapores online pioneers and the founder of tomorrow.sg
a popular blog/news aggregator.Jeff Ooi
is one of Malaysia's most active and well known bloggers and photography enthusiastsKevin Lim
is Singapore's resident life-caster (ala Justin.tv) and is pursuing a PhD in communications at the University of BuffaloLucian Teo
is the head of Web Management at the Singapore Ministry of Education and founder of the Singapore Web Standards Group
.Chew Choon Keat
is the founder of two local startups - SharedCopy.com
and an active member of the Singapore Ruby Brigade
Kevin wrote up a great summary of the panel and continues the discussion on his blog here:http://theory.isthereason.com/?p=1735
Thanks again to Ray Stephenson
for running the camera