The Future of Web Apps (FOWA) conference this week and Kevin’s presentation “The Future of Crowd Generated Media” got me thinking about how long Digg might last or stay relevant. Granted, Jason Calcanis wrote a month ago about how Digg would “die a death of 1000 cuts”. He is right that they own the “Young […]
Social Networking has gone through three phases so far and I firmly believe that we are at the beginning of the fourth phase. I refer to these first three phrases from Dave Hornik’s seminal blog entry “Social Networks 3.0” written in December 2005. I accept his interpretation of the first three phrases as follows: Social […]
Thanks to Mark for pointing out Dateberry. Though I’m married and not looking for a “hook up”, it makes me laugh that I can relate to the paradigm.
Social travel is a new movement in the travel sector that is taking advantage of the Web 2.0 concept. Just in case you’re not familiar with Web 2.0, the first round of web technologies, Web 1.0, was mostly read-only, while Web 2.0 is enabled for massive read-write capabilities. Two things make this possible: rich web […]
The whole web 2.0 is just so over. Everything labeled 2.0 is stupid and it is a short term mistake because now that you have versions you won’t have long term innovation. Here is my two cents on the market for 2007: Digg – They have set off a revolution but the hype is going […]