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Readers' Web 2.0 definitions

A couple weeks ago, I asked, "Just what is this Web 2.0?"

I'm not the only one who ponders the wide use of a phrase to label everything from start-ups ("Oh, that's a Web 2.0 company") to services ("Here's another Web 2.0 site") to a point on the technology evolution timeline ("we're in the Web 2.0 era").

Not surprisingly, the answers to my question......

Full article >>> d not only passive readers," writes Sylvain Muller, a student at ESC-Rennes in Rennes, France. "It also implies an enhanced dimension of multimedia with podcasts and videos that are continuously more numerous (YouTube) and tend to replace written articles (CNET)."

Dharmesh Shah, however, threads the needle between the technology and the applications. "Web 2.0 ......

Full article >>> n that works well for the products and services that Sharpcast is building, but I don't think he's being entirely self-serving, as evidenced in a follow-on post on the topic.

For all the dialog on this question, though, perhaps one bit of feedback nailed the Web 2.0 question best of all. Wrote David Cutler:
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Source:wistechnology.com By Chris Shipley 05/23/06


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