The must read 5 page article defining just what Web 2.0 means which inspired this blog.
Monday, July 31, 2006
» Web 2.0 profit angle: extreme self-promotion | Digital Micro-Markets | ZDNet.com
In “Moguls of New Media,” The Wall Street Journal traces how one early MySpace “friend” has aggressively used MySpace’s free hosting and tools to self-promote herself and her own commercial Web site properties and offline businesses:"
Friday, July 28, 2006
Every Organization Should Have A Web 2.0 Story @ AJAXWORLD MAGAZINE
Tuesday, July 18, 2006
Business Week Web 2 0 is a Reality
In the CEO Guide to Technology Business Week advises CEOs to take note of the Live Web.
Describing web services such as MyYahoo, Flickr, Wikipedia, MySpace and others as sites that demand interaction and participation, Many of these applications use content syndication and sharing with RSS feeds.
Business Week suggests that CEOs should be aware of how these applications can be applied, both internally and externally.
Here are some examples:
Wednesday, July 12, 2006
Avatars and Grid 2.0
Who knows who added the piece about peer-to-peer (P2P) to Wikipedia -- perhaps one of our GRIDtoday readers -- but the fact is that P2P computing methodology is already at the heart of many online games today, and the advances in Grid computing and communications are aimed right at the issues of asymmetry and CPU- hungry applications. The folks in the financial services industry who do risk analysis are very keen on Monte Carlo simulations using the Black-Scholes (sic Shoals, see below) algorithm. They have similar problems with asymmetry and CPU- hungry applications, and while their application is clearly more important than MMORPG, the number of individuals who actually use the application is severely constrained."