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  • Web
    Competing With Google Search

    In a previous article, we explained that the pivot of the internet is shifting from search to social interactions. But this doesn't necessarily mean that search is losing its value. After all, don't we still live with previous paradigms like single sign-on and e-commerce? Search is still a crucial paradigm...

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    Viewpoints Takes on Epinions With Personalized Reviews has set its sights on being the "end all" review site for people who like to read and write reviews. This niche probably should have been filled by now, but mysteriously no one site has dominated this segment of Web 2.0 - with the possible exception of Epinions. Viewpoints...

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    2007 Semantic Technology Conference – Showcased Big Internet Potential

    The Semantic Conference was held last week in San Jose. I went along to check it out. In the keynotes, Oracle's Robert Shimp noted that the attendance has never been so great and remarked that this as a clear proof that the semantics industry is growing at a tremendous pace....

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    How Does Google Universal Search Compare to Yahoo! Alpha, Ask X, Microsoft Imagine Live & Google’s Own Searchmash?

    This morning Google unveiled minor tweaks to their search UI and expanded results. The ultimate goal of Google's revamp is to unify search results across their properties to include web search, news, blogs, images, videos, etc. all in the main Google search offering. Google is calling this Universal Search and...

  • Web
    The Art of Chart – Bringing Wall Street Ideas to the Masses

    In this post we analyze how web 2.0 companies are bringing price trending tools, traditionally found on Wall St, to the masses. We take a look at these latest consumer internet innovations, and try to understand if they are useful and if they can succeed. The companies reviewed in this...

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    Web 2.0’s Future All Depends On IT’s Future

    Reports from Forrester and The Leading Edge Forum serve as bookends portending either to a bubble bursting, or the next golden era. Who's right? We will find out, but technology will have little to do with deciding the winner.Two reports have been released by major big business think tanks in...

  • Mobile
    Properazzi Launches WidSets Collaboration With Nokia

    Properazzi is a property search engine, based in Barcelona, Spain. The service only launched in March 2007, but already it claims to have the largest database of property listings in Europe - 1.8 million property listings in 45 countries, in multiple languages and currencies. The company is funded by Mangrove...

  • Web Brings Web 2.0 To The Enterprise With ContentExchange

    Today announced a new product called Salesforce ContentExchange, a content management product for unstructured data such as email and html. They also publicly announced the acquisition of Koral, a web 2.0 content collaboration platform that was at DEMO07 earlier this year (see Zoli Erdos' review). Koral is a key...

  • Web
    Amazon’s Series of Fortunate Events

    Way back when I was in high school I found myself in a high school science class. It was your typical experience, replete with bunsen burners, saftey goggles and a science teacher named Norbert. But one day Norbert had an inspriation - he let the class watch a video of...

  • Web
    6 Startup Lessons For The Year 2007

    By guest author Jawad Shuaib, the founder of The social network for geeks.Startups have been multiplying like rabbits over the past three years. Due to the added competition, many startups are beginning to narrow their focus to a much smaller demographic. The year 2007 will mark the transition from...

  • Web
    Teapotters Wants To Be The YouTube of 3D

    A new "3D community" has just been launched, with the unusual name of Teapotters. The name comes from 3D pioneer Martin Newell, who created the first free 3D model in 1974 - a teapot model. The site aims to popularize 3D displays and sharing across the Web - websites,...

  • Web
    Software Mutation: Predicting the Missing Link

    By John Milan. This is the first in a two-part series. Part 2 is here.What will the software solutions of tomorrow look like? They will be forged by four powerful elements: The Internet, Open Source, Mobile Devices and Web 2.0. We can debate the merits of each, but taken as...

  • Web
    GoogleOS II: Starring Linus Torvalds

    Written by Emre Sokullu and edited by Richard MacManus Did the above image shock you? No, this is not a real Google advert! But something similar may well turn into reality. In this sequel to our original GoogleOS blockbuster, we try to clarify our thoughts on what GoogleOS will look...

  • Mobile
    Understanding Mobile 2.0

    Written by Rudy De Waele of and edited by Richard MacManus. This kicks off a mini-series of posts on the topic of Mobile 2.0, which we will explore on R/WW this week. On the eve of Le Web 3 in Paris - and one month after the Web 2.0...

  • Web
    Movable Type Enterprise 1.5 Launched

    Today Six Apart will release a new version of its Movable TypeEnterprise edition. I spoke to Anil Dash (a SixApart VP) and Chris Alden (EVP and GM of Movable Type - formally CEO of Rojo) about the upgrade and to discuss the future of Movable Type.Some of the more 'experienced'...

  • Web
    Web Office Jostling: Google Docs and ZohoX

    Both Google and Zoho will be announcing new office product offerings at tomorrow's Office 2.0 conference. Steve Bryant from eWeek reports:"Google will announce tomorrow at the Office 2.0 conference a new product called Google Docs, which will merge Writely and Google Spreadsheets into a collaboration and document management solution, according...

  • Web
    Survey Of Client Apps Using The Web Platform

    Written by Alex Iskold and edited by Richard MacManus.In this post, we survey a range of client applications which utilize the new web platform. This is a follow-up to our Web Platform Primer post a few days ago, in which we explained the building blocks of the new Web infrastructure: The...

  • Web
    New Netscape = New Coke?

    Over the past couple of days I've gotten 170 comments (and still going!) on a post I wrote last week entitled Netscape Community Backlash. I've actually gotten more comments than the official Netscape story on this topic. The general gist of the feedback is that existing Netscape users dislike the...

  • Web
    Cat eats pigeons: why Web 2.0 has jumped the shark

    Well my declaration that Web 2.0 is dead set the cat amongst the pigeons. Let me give a bit of background...I've been thinking for a while now about re-focusing Read/WriteWeb onto more media-related Web technologies. Many of the things I'm interested in are being done by Yahoo!, which by now...

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    Yahoo flying under the radar

    Great article from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, covering Yahoo's strategy. Interesting comparisions to Microsoft and Google, plus lots of stats to pore over for the number crunchers amongst us. But what I enjoyed most was how Wharton wrapped up so many of the themes I and...

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