November 2005 Archives
Wednesday, 23rd November 2005
Mike mentioned today that the Web 2.0 Workgroup that Mike, Fred Oliveira and I formed about a month and a half ago has grown to twenty blogs. We've also added a Swiki search engine (a group search with tag clouds) and categorized the blogs: Category Sites Analysis & Trends Read/WriteWeb, Dion Hinchcliffe, Susan Mernit’s…
Tuesday, 22nd November 2005
Blogs Tired, Bookmarks Wired?
Interesting little post from Jason Calacanis, who wrote: "TIRED: Subscribing to Fred's blog: http://avc.blogs.com/a_vc/ WIRED: Subscribing to Fred's Del.icio.us feed: http://del.icio.us/rss/fredwilson Note: On Bloglines Fred has 383 subscribers to his blog and 9 to his del.icio.us RSS feed... I prefer to read what Fred is *considering* blogging…
Monday, 21st November 2005
The Second Coming of Content and RSS Feeds
Feedburner CEO Dick Costolo has just posted what I think is a milestone post for RSS and Web 2.0: How feeds will change the way content is distributed, valued, and consumed. In it he expounds on the future direction of his company Feedburner, which I've long considered to be the leading company in the RSS Publishing space. (NB: this post is NOT…
Sunday, 20th November 2005
Web 2.0 Weekly Wrap-up, 14-20 Nov 2005
This week: Explaining Web 2.0 to normal people, Google Base, Yahoo Shoposhere, Amazon tags, Hypertext and the next 15 years. Sponsor Opportunity The Web 2.0 Weekly Wrap-Up has had 3 excellent sponsors over the past 30 weeks and now I'm looking for the next great sponsor. If you'd like to associate your brand with premium Web 2.0 content, known…
Web 2.0 Montage
Serendipitously I came across a beautifully done multimedia montage of Web 2.0 on Flickr, by Leigh Blackall. The photos are stunning and Leigh has weaved Web 2.0 themes into all of them. Plus some of the slides have notes attached. Here are a few of the slides, but I recommend you flick through the whole set.