10 December 2008

Web 2.0 : Where Will It Go in 2009?

8 Experts Predict How Web 2.0 Will Evolve In 2009 | Radical Tech | Fast Company

While the Fast Company article makes a quick read and links to the eight experts' blogs, not much new information was purveyed

Chris Brogan, Mary Hodder, Charlene Li wants to see portable identities across networks, as I posted in Neglecting Your Networks?
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Tara Hunt posits a shift in how marketing should be more about customer interaction and empowerment and less about the message.

Rebecca Moore has an original idea to use mapping in times of natural disasters, and points as social mapping as a collaborative tool for grassroots organizations.

Nate Ritter sees technological innovation coming to the foreground as venture funding dries up, believes location based and aggregation tools will be refined as well.

Richard Yoo thinks it is still about trying to figure out what users really want and what they find most important. He also sees a shakedown of web2.0 companies.


5 comments:

shina said...

I recently came accross your blog and have been reading along. I thought I would leave my first comment. I dont know what to say except that I have enjoyed reading. Nice blog. I will keep visiting this blog very often.

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Dante said...

Thanks for sharing!!!




regards,
Anime

Gabriel said...

The mapping idea is intriguing actually. After all, it's only been recently that technology such as GPS has become more mainstream. More vehicles use GPS nowadays. Also, many more consumer devices such as mobile phones and laptops come with either GPS or some other wireless option which could be used for tracking. The question is, how will all this information be used?

CyberCelt said...

@alena-You have visited all my blogs and left the same message each time. It is customary that you leave a specific comment pertaining to a post. Your general comment to get a linkback is rude.

@dante-Thanks for visiting.

@gabriel-all the hotel and attractions have a "show map" or "map it" function. The iPhone uses GPS functionality to show you restaurants nearby.

Franklin said...

Frankly I think that we are in for a transition from a Web 2.0 to Web 3.0 interface. I know your probably thinking, but WAIT aren't we still transitioning to 2.0? Yes and no.... I think that as our technology increases at exponential growth, so we will see the internet transform at such a growth. Integration is key, and the future of the web is the ability to integrate all of these features, instantly, efficiently, and effectively. A worldwide connection if you will of appliances, applications, and just about anything that we can stick a chip into.

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