Yesterday, Alexander van Elsas wrote a post about our pointless need for real-time information. As usual, it is a very interesting read, and he gets you thinking. I commented on his post, but I felt like there was more to say. To start, Alexander makes an interesting point of whether information really has any value […]

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ReadWriteWeb has an interesting article about what’s after Web 2.0. It got me thinking about where all of this technology is heading. First, let me state that we should stop trying to “version” the web as it just gives people definitions to argue about. There were some comments regarding even more multimedia content becoming available, […]

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For whatever reason, Web 3.0 and reducing noise has been the big topic recently. Everyone seems to be in love with the social aggregators, especially FriendFeed. I have to admit that I am becoming increasingly addicted to FriendFeed. If you use something like FriendFeed or even Twitter, you have seen the deluge of information. Most […]

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In my daily RSS reading, I came across an article from CIO.com entitled “CIOs Still Fear Web 2.0 for the Enterprise”. I bring this to attention as my recent writing has been focused on more advanced services like lifestreaming and the semantic web. The corporate demographics of the survey are nicely distributed: The majority (43 […]

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I have said before that unless we have some tools in place, the semantic web will be dead on arrival. So, instead of just complaining about it, I will start with listing the ideas that I think are needed. I hope to contribute to the development of some of this in the near future as […]

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