Posts Tagged ‘Web2.0’
PodTech.net produced an interesting interview with James Governor (RedMonk) and Duane Nickull (Adobe) at Adobe Max ’07 in Barcelona where they talk about Web 2.0 design patterns and their upcoming book on the subject. Their discussion about design patterns and how they’re used in the very dynamic Web 2.0 ecosystem is interesting and worth watching.
Google Gears (a developer API that’s supposed to make it easier to build Web apps that work offline) is getting a lot of attention today. Scoble tossed up a quick interview with Bret Taylor, the Google dude responsible for developer products, that’s worth a quick watch at under eight minutes. Take a look. Here’s the link to Scoble’s post.
I feel like the Web jumped into overdrive this quarter and I’m having a hard time keeping up.
The battle raging between the three giants - Microsoft, Google, and Yahoo! is responsible for most of the speed increase. Web 2.0 companies represent potential feature morsels for the giants – a few, if any, will ever evolve into real companies.
In a year we’ll be begging for a good old fashioned monopoly. Windows Vista might do better than everybody thinks.
|Web 2.0. Where did the term come from? What does it mean? Is the next bubble forming? How does this relate to Google? How does it relate to Yahoo? Ajax? These are all questions I started asking early in October. Below is a collection of notes and resources I used to start putting the puzzle together. Enjoy.
Definition: Web 2.0 is a term often applied to a perceived ongoing transition of the World Wide Web from a collection of websites to a full-fledged computing platform serving web applications to end users. Ultimately Web 2.0 services are expected to replace desktop computing applications for many purposes.
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