10 March 2008

I Have Looked into the Future . . .

. . . and it looked back.

In the future, we will have to:
  • Optimize and push our content in as many channels as possible: mobile, video, photography, syndication, pod casts, forums, play lists, social networks, wikis, buddy lists.

  • Use AJAX, wireframing, sand boxing, prototyping and translating tools to develop virtual worlds and alternative realities.

  • Get hyperlocal with natural language search, human assisted search and geolocation.

  • Mash contextual web, web2.0, web3.0, linguistic web and long-tailed web together, somehow.

  • Organize digital data as art, 3D animations, tag clouds, interactive music, light trails and automated holograms.

  • Develop and manipulate rich Internet applications for e-commerce platforms, using open APIs, open source software and virtual assistants.

  • Prepare to be inundated with widgets designed to consolidate our twittering, commenting, profiles, avatars and IDs.
Blogging used to be a lot easier than this.

We will be reduced to leaving virtual tracks all over the multiverse in the hope of luring some poor do-follow blogger back to our site. LOL


DoubleDeckerBusGuy said...

...how about just keeping the content good? {{grins}}

It's amazing, really, I've seen a lot of pro-blogs that have managed to hit all the right marks in SEO and the like... and neglect to have content making it worth the visit.

CyberCelt said...

@Matthew-Funny that...

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