tysone + web2.0   10

The present future
That all seems like the present and past, not the future, no? "Web 2.0" arrived a year or two ago at least and we're still talking about it like it's just around the corner. What else is out there? Anything?
prediction  kottke  technology  web2.0  web 
august 2010 by tysone
Rands In Repose: A Signature Cadence
You have a complex set of analytical mental muscles that help you make critical snap emotional judgments. Whether it’s a mail, a website, or a person, your brain can instantly look at 12 imperceptible aspects of a thing to determine how you should feel. Truth, love, or lies, human has a signature cadence.
ui  usability  web2.0  culture  interaction 
december 2008 by tysone
Why Twitter Turned Down Facebook - Bits Blog - NYTimes.com
Twitter CEO sounds like a journalist: “We literally have no business people in the company, so this isn’t an area we’re really focused on.”
twitter  facebook  web2.0 
december 2008 by tysone
Corporate Social Networks Are A Waste of Money, Study Finds - ReadWriteWeb
According to Wall St. Journal coverage of Moran's study, "Thirty-five percent of the [corporate] online communities studied have less than 100 members
socialmedia  web2.0  business  research 
july 2008 by tysone
Simply log in after every time you have sex and fill out a few simple fields. Before long, you'll have a rolling history of your sex life on which to reflect.
hilarious  sex  web2.0 
july 2008 by tysone
Analyzing the Double Life of Heath Ledger -- New York Magazine
According to Google News, there were 24,267 stories about Heath Ledger in the three weeks following his death. But for all the intensive coverage, there was no cohesive narrative.
web2.0  journalism  celebrity 
february 2008 by tysone
MediaShift . Digging Deeper::Traditional Media Ready to Elevate the Conversation Online -- with Moderation | PBS
Many sites are embracing the concept of “news as a conversation,” and trying to create active conversations among reporters, editors and readers online.
journalism  newmedia  nyt  web2.0 
january 2008 by tysone
More Hypocritical YouTube Censorship
Google, YouTube, Yahoo and Facebook, along with other large Internet entities are arguably becoming far more powerful than any single governmental entity when it comes to the promotion of or the inhibition of free speech.
censorship  web2.0 
november 2007 by tysone

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