Unfortunately, the Web 3.0 propaganda machine is well underway (upcoming Web 3.0 conference). We knew it was inevitable. The powerful uptake of the Web 2.0 moniker made the lure of 3.0 irresistible. Watch as they try to make Web 3.0 appear out of thin air. It is critical to remember that Web 2.0 was not [...]
Entries Tagged as 'Web 2.0'
by Anthony J. Bradley | April 28, 2009 | 3 Comments
by Anthony J. Bradley | January 14, 2009 | 4 Comments
I posted this response to a Mashable article on Nine Inch Nails giving away their music and now video of concert performances: You say that “they’re paving a new way of treating their fans and understanding how the Internet works and how it can be used to your advantage.” How is it that they “get [...]
by Anthony J. Bradley | November 20, 2008 | 6 Comments
An enterprise mashup capability normally involves a library of developer provided “mashable” components (gadgets and widgets for example), that are assembled and re-assembled by other developers or end-users to rapidly deliver highly flexible applications. Mashups are about building applications that change as fast as the business situation demands. Using mashups end users can build [...]