Category Archives: web 2.0 EXPO 2008

The Next Frontier after web 2.0

Marshall KirkPatrick provides an interesting overview from the Web 2.0 Expo. In his post Marshall talks about the next frontiers after the API. Everyone that turns on a platform these days also delivers an API to allow 3rd party developers … Continue reading

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Web 2.0 has brought democracy, but it comes at a cost

I read a few different posts this morning and they inspired me for this one. First there was a post by Betsy Schiffman writing about the Web 2.0 Expo. She writes: Now that the first burst of enthusiasm for social … Continue reading

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My pitch for the Web 2.0 EXPO 2008

Rolf Skyberg twittered me to publish something about my proposal I submitted to the web 2.0 expo 2008 conference. (this after I confessed to him that in a moment of inspiration while reading his blog entry about the conference, I … Continue reading

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