The Web 2.0 Summit has kicked off, with Google CEO Eric Schmidt opening the 3-day event in San Francisco.
If you can't make it to the event, which runs November 15 through 17, you can follow it live online: O'Reilly will be live-streaming many of the sessions.
Speakers will include Baidu CEO and chairman Robin Li, Yahoo CEO Carol Bartz, Zynga co-founder Mark Pincus, and many more tech luminaries. See the full live stream schedule here.
You can watch the Web 2.0 Summit live stream here, or below.
Follow Web 2.0 on Twitter using the hashtag #w2s. Not up to watching live? As the W2S website explains, "After the conference ends, all recorded video from Web 2.0 Summit 2010 will be available on YouTube, web2summit.blip.tv, and as a podcast subscription."