web 2.0

@myteri (332)
February 10, 2007 11:58am CST
What is WEB 2.0 ??
3 responses
@huanghaozi (1474)
• Egypt
11 Feb 07
I'm very disappointed that you're promoting company owned data silos as a core of web2.0. "Control over unique, hard-to-recreate data sources that get richer as more people use them". All though you describe the free data movement as something that will come the result before that wil be many years of lockin. Products where the product actually is the community/commons. Products that gets network effects and requires people to use their product to be a part of the community/commons. Is it really "web2.0" to lock your customers in and basing your business model on aggregration of your customers data. And at the same limiting competition because of network effects. When simple open standards could allow decentralization today - and in many instances all ready is doing it. (What would the blogosphere be like if it was based on this centralized model). Why should'nt we be able to do this now - and why not promote this model which all ready is emerging in many ways?
@verbose (87)
• United States
10 Feb 07
Am I mistaken but is not a set of standards for HTML nad XHTML. Primarly moveing toward more exacting standards so pages load equealy well in all browsers. My problem is I read way to many things in a day in my research to learn how to make a liveing from the web.
@Starline (681)
• United States
10 Feb 07
Web 2.0 is about content being separated from form, that people don't need to know how to layout if they want to blog, about easy access to data through xml and rss-feeds. These are just bits and pieces that I managed to figure out, I'm open for someone elses explanation.