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SAN FRANCISCO--Amid buzzwords like social media, location, real time, and search, the Web 2.0 Expo, taking place here this week, seeks to find out where the Web is going, and how it will get there.
Here we're riding the elevator in Moscone West on the opening day of the expo Tuesday. Click on for more scenes from the show.
Here we're entering the Expo Hall in Moscone West, where businesses are pitching the tools and opportunities for the next generation of enterprise culture.
At the Adobe booth, the Flash Player 10.1 and Adobe AIR (Adobe Integrated Runtime) 2 are both running on Android on the Nvidia Tegra Tablet Prototype (right).
On the left, Adobe Flash Player 10.1 and Adobe AIR 2 are running on Windows 7 on a Dell Latitude XT2 Tablet PC.
Flash Player 10.1 and AIR 2 are expected to be available for Android devices in this summer.
Watching TV and movies on Hulu on Android devices like the Motorola Droid will soon be possible via Adobe Flash 10.1, expected to be available sometime in summer 2010.
The Web 2.0 Expo show floor Tuesday.
Allan Haley, director of words and letters at Monotype Imaging, discusses creative implementation of typeface designs Wednesday during an interview with O'Reilly Media, which produces Web 2.0 Expo.
In front of a virtual costume dressing room, visitors to the Microsoft booth are outfitted in digital Star Wars accessories as Yoda, Chewbacca, and Princess Leia.
A scavenger hunt throughout the convention center lured Web 2.0 attendees to snap pictures of Microsoft's colorful new QR codes in "Microsoft Tag."
More scenes from the show floor.
Community newspaper Web site Topix still believes in news, and evidently still believes in the power of ink and paper alongside pixels and pages.
Session topics at Web 2.0 Expo range from emerging rich Web ecosystems to user experience and design, social media, and real-time development.
Microsoft's booth on the Web 2.0 Expo floor.
Tracked by lasers, participants generated musical sounds by moving across the floor in the interactive Human Energized Artificial Intelligence Device at Web 2.0 Expo.