I went to the suidicemachine and got this message We apologize to all our users for the breakdown of our service! Within the last hours the huge demand for 2.0 suicides completely overblew our bandwidth resources! We are currently considering relocating to another serverfarm. Please consider suicide at a later moment and accept our apologies! […]
As some of you may or may not know, I founded a women’s-only technology conference, She’s Geeky. There has been a bunch of conversation in this past week about the lack of women speakers at tech events (in fields like web 2.0, social media, government where there is significant female participation). It got started with […]
I was reviewing the blogosphere for peoples thoughts on the workshop. Anne 2.0 read through some of Christine.net’s post on the workshop. But this followed and made me smile… Web 2.0is itself Buddhist in its approach to categorizing information and knowledge. Tags are the ultimate in tentative, nonfrozen categories. If categories are fundamentalist, tags are […]
Norman Lewis from Fance Telecome just presented made a bold statment that ‘the web 2.0 business model’ as monopoly capitalism. Getting investments and then being bought by the big guys.
So on this snark blog – Go Flock Yourself that my buddy Jon Garfunkel sent along has this interesting post asserting that Web 2.0 retards need to read more Tufte. in reference to this picture with notes on flickr. The good news is that is coming to San Jose and San Francisco this month Dec […]
Buried on last page of Tim O’Reilly’s article is this great list of design patterns for Web 2.0. I thought it was worth posting them here so the Identity community can reflect on how Identity enhances these patterns and perhaps what other patterns we might add like – User Centric Identity. In his book, A […]
I just read through Tim’s five pager on Web 2.0 and found the highlights that relate to Identity. Meanwhile, startups like Sxip are exploring the potential of federated identity, in quest of a kind of “distributed 1-click” that will provide a seamless Web 2.0 identity subsystem…While the jury’s still out on the success of any […]
We will here a lot about this this week: What is Web 2.0? Eric Norlan summarizes it this way. “Web 2.0” is the idea that the web is now the platform. In the development of computing we always think in “platforms” You’ll find is a bunch of companies that are building applications (and sub-platforms) on […]
So I have been off and about the world for a few weeks. I am finally back in the bay area and trying to recover from the nasty cold that I caught while at Accelerating Change. I had a great week at Web of Change except I was fighting the cold. I had more great […]
This post on the comodifiication of Web 2.0. It is worth reading to begin to understand microforamts and why identity is important to make them even cooler.
Yahoo has this great post on Social Search. Guess what. it is a heck of a lot easier with Identity. The trusted web Anyone can save, tag, and share knowledge with their community. Personalized search My Web 2.0 is powered by Yahoo!’s new MyRank Search Technology, which provides personalized search results based on the shared […]