If Web 2.0 was the moment when the collaborative promise of the internet seemed finally to be realised – with ordinary users creating instead of just consuming, on sites from Flickr to Facebook to Wikipedia – Web 3.0 is the moment they forget they’re doing it. via SXSW 2011: The internet is over “Web 3.0 […]
Only when an innovation is dead can the real work begin. That’s when people who are seeking leverage get to work, when we can focus on what we’re saying, not how (or where) we’re saying it. via Seth’s Blog: Bring me stuff that’s dead, please. In the past, I’ve been guilty of being part of the […]
“Amplify – The web’s best place for conversation.”- Robert Scoble | via Amplify.com . I don’t know. I guess I’d rather have conversations here. And, most of what I see on amplify looks a lot like this. A commentary attached to a short excerpt from a blog post. Will I have to work a bit harder […]
“Paper is clearly a fad – nice to have and something to impress your friends with.” | via Product Review: Will ‘Paper’ Replace E-Readers?. It’s funny to stumble on this today. Earlier, Doriano Carta asked this question on Twitter, “Would you be willing to replace all of your books with eBooks?” My immediate response was a […]
“Having two identities for yourself is an example of a lack of integrity.” – Mark Zuckerberg | via Facebook Comments Expose a Flaw in Zuckerberg’s Vision. Of course, this assumes that your two identities don’t share the same level of integrity, which is a bad assumption. I approach business conversations with the same level of integrity […]
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