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Fake Web 2.0 vs Real Web 2.0

2006

Is YouTube really a Web 2.0 site? A pointless question, you might think, especially when its founders have just sold the site for $1.65bn. But not according to a recent blog by Lawrence Lessig,...

Web 2.0 needs Customer Service 1.0

2009

Facebook, Twitter, YouTube. These are but a few of the services many of us have come to enjoy. Yet there's one thing that seems anything but enjoyable about them: dealing with their customer service.

Businesses concerned over Web 2.0

2007

Two bits of research have highlighted caution among businesses towards so-called Web 2.0 applications like blogs and wikis, as well as fears that confidential information could be leaked by...

Five open source Web 2.0 applications

2008

Blogs, wikis, social networks, social news aggregator. Although there's certainly been a lot of hype around these things, when applied in the right circumstances they can serve a utility for many...

Web 2.0 tries to hide from reality

2008

ReadWriteWeb's Sarah Perez believes that "today, if you're not staying current with Web 2.0 technologies' impact on business, then you're just not staying current." In her post entitled...

Web 2.0 fonts and logos

2006

I’ve always been partial to a good-looking font, preferably sans serif. Stuart Brown over at Modern Life Is Rubbish has compiled a few typefaces for the Web 2.0 crowd. He has selected the...

eBay vs Craigslist: double Web 2.0 standards?

2008

Craigslist is more than just a popular online classifieds service. The bare-bones site created by Craig Newmark represents, to some, the epitome of the New Internet. It is fueled by a dedicated...

The Greater Fool Theory and Web 2.0

2008

Would you: Put $20m into a company that you're valuing at $75m and has no proven mainstream appeal, scalability problems or business model? Invest $25m at a $200m valuation in a company that has...

Web 2.0 and customer relationships

2006

Web 2.0 isn’t all about rounded corners and social software – there are real benefits to leveraging the Web 2.0 philosophy and technologies in business, but the key is selecting the right entry...

BBC launches new Web 2.0 homepage

2008

The BBC today launched the new drag and drop-tastic version of its homepage, packed with Web 2.0 features and the ability to customise content.

Web 2.0 to change fashion forever?

2008

Yesterday the Financial Times published an article entitled: "The luxury world after Web 2.0" It asks: "What happens when following the fashion herd becomes wisdom of the masses? When everyone...

Data concerns hold back Web 2.0 adoption

2008

B2B uptake of Web 2.0 apps like wikis and blogs is still being thwarted by perceived risks to critical data, according to a new study. KPMG and the Economist Intelligence Unit surveyed 472...

BBC tries out new Web 2.0 homepage

2007

The BBC has launched a redesign of its homepage, adding all kinds of zeitgeisty Web 2.0 features, as well as allowing users to customise the site.

Web 2.0 still dumbfounds senior execs

2007

Web 2.0 tools and their business benefits are still an alien concept to many firms' senior management, according to a survey by IT services firm Parity. The study (via IT Week and PC Pro) found...

Web 2.0 investment up in Europe

2007

VCs invested $464.2m (£232.5m) in 'Web 2.0' firms in the first half of this year, according to figures released by Dow Jones VentureOne and Ernst & Young. The study (pdf - via VentureBeat) also...

'More education needed' on Web 2.0 benefits

2007

Many European companies have yet to recognise the business benefits of ‘Web 2.0’ apps like blogs, mash-ups and wikis, according to a survey by BEA Systems. The study, conducted in seven European...

Web 2.0 isn’t a ‘bubble’, won’t burst

2007

John Dvorak at PCMag has written a truly crazy article called ‘Bubble 2.0 coming soon’, which contains some truly ludicrous statements that are so far wide of the mark that I’m currently finding it...

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