Google's Joe Kraus explains the social Web

Joe Kraus, Google director of product management, gave a brief talk about the social Web at the Supernova 2008 conference. Watch the video of his presentation.

Joe Kraus, Google director of product management, gave a brief talk about the social Web at the Supernova 2008 conference without a single mention of Google's own social-networking service, Orkut. However, he did focus on Google's Friend Connect service, which lets Web developers add social features to their sites. Webware chief Rafe Needleman did a thorough job of covering Kraus' remarks , and below is a video of his presentation.

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