I just read the cNet article on Sarah Lacey’s session at Gnomedex Saturday. Ugh. Here’s my comment: Even the cNet article misses a key point: “blogger” is a meaningless phrase, as it rests solely on the technology. A person on LiveJournal writing for her friends is a “blogger” — so are my students who use […]
The latest hyperlocal startup is EveryBlock: type your zip code or neighborhood name into the search box, and you’ll be rewarded with a hyperlocal “news” report that is based on public records, geo-tagged material pulled from RSS feeds (news sites, blogs), geo-tagged Flickr photos and postings from Craigslist and Yelp. (tip) Test a sample: Belltown […]
Paul Bradshaw outlines how the London Guardian is using Delicious, Yahoo! Pipes and Google Gadgets to integrate content on their newly designed website. Worth a read and a practice.
Distributed production comes to one of the most hide-bound agencies in government: the State Department.
Jive Software has launched (PR Newswire) a Clearstep business community for folks implementing Web 2.0 efforts in the enterprise: Ever wish you could find someone working on social media or Enterprise 2.0 efforts at other companies, same as you? Wish you could pick their brain about how the heck they justified the implementation cost? Found […]
You should read this post about Web 3.0 from SalesForce.com CEO Marc Benioff (tip): Marc expands on the idea that while Web 1.0 was about distributed transactions, and Web 2.0 is about distributed participation, Web 3.0 will be about democratizing the power to innovate.