Here are several very different videos on web 2.0 issues that I learned about from comments to this blog. First, Tomoaki Sawada told me about Michael Wesch, an Assistant Professor of Cultural Anthropology at Kansas State University, who created a video called Web 2.0 ... The Machine is Us/ing Us, which examines "the impacts of digital technology on human interaction". He posted the video to Mojiti to allow users to add their thoughts directly onto the video. The video itself is interesting but it is also cool to see the comments embedded into the video through Mojiti. My professors were never this clever but then they did not have these tools.
Also, Rex Lee sent me a link to a video about QED wiki from IBM that also discusses SOA & web 2.0. I have written about QED wiki before, and its predecessor Appliki, and was pleased to see this work. QED wiki is a mashup maker that has wiki functions and the demo gives you a since of its power. I think that composite applications will be one of the big winners in Enterprise 2.0 and IBM seems to be one of the early leaders here. The video closes with a nice comment on SOA and Web 2.0.