Last weeks column
sure hit a nerve.
I heard from a number of readers who are more than a little suspicious that Web 2.0 is spelled b-u-b-b-l-e, and who want none of it. As one reader, whom I greatly respect, put it: The industry could use a healthy dose of caution to prevent the heavy Kool-Aid drinke......Full article >>>
pitches many of which included some variation on the free to consumers; supported by ads model, I was caught off guard nearly when one start-up had the nerve to suggest that their software is so valuable that customers ought to pay to use it. I agreed.
Surely, there will be clever ways in which revenues will be generated and shared among so-called Web 2.0 companies, and the best of these......Full article >>>
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