“The Web is Dead” Interview Series on StockTwits TV

Earlier this month, Chris Anderson and Michael Wolff put out an article on Wired, The Web is Dead. Long Live the Internet.  In this piece, an obituary of sorts for the world wide web as we know (or knew) it, they argued that simpler apps are quickly replacing the web browsers that we have used for many years. We decided it would be great to get some of the best thinkers on the web on StockTwits TV over the next two weeks to discuss this concept with Howard Lindzon.

The result was incredible.  We had some tremendous discussions on the future of the web, and how and where to invest in it

The Web is Dead Series kicks off tonight at 5pm and 10pm ET with Chris Dixon, Cofounder of Hunch and early-stage web investor.   The full schedule is below:

Monday (8/30/10)  at 5pm ET & 10pm ET:  Chris Dixon, Cofounder of Hunch and early-stage web investor. (Link to archive)

Tuesday (8/31/10)  at 5pm ET & 10pm ET: Fred Wilson, VC and principal of Union Square Ventures. (Link to archive)

Wednesday (9/1/10) at 5pm ET & 10pm ET: Seth Levine, Managing Director, Foundry Group. (Link to archive)

Thursday (9/2/10)  at 5pm ET & 10pm ET: Brad Feld, Managing Director, Foundry Group. (Link to archive)

Tuesday (9/7/10) at 5pm ET & 10pm ET: Mark Suster, Entrepreneur turned VC

Wednesday (9/8/10) at 5pm ET & 10pm ET: Jon Steinberg, President of BuzzFeed.

Thursday (9/9/10) at 5pm ET & 10pm ET:  Eghosa Omoigui , formerly with Intel Ventures, now Angel Investor.

We look forward to what should be a very thought provoking 2 weeks. If you ever miss an episode, you can catch them in our archives.


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