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Thursday, August 17, 2006
There are some interesting new trends on the Web, and it's the nature of a phrase like Web 2.0 that adheres to them, says Paul Graham. He finds that a lot is different now from 1998. Web sites look different. Startups operate differently. People use the Web in different ways. The changes were gradual, but if you have a gradual change of sufficient magnitude, it starts to become a different worldSome CEO’s of Web 2.O Companies respond to questions ranging from revenue models, marketing, competition and a whole host of issues. Interesting to read – given my call for a reality check there but the enthusiasm, initiative and energy seen in the web 2.0 ecosystem is indeed amazing. This is an interesting set of response :
No doubt - there are some smart people quoted herein - my views remain unaltered. I just finished reading this - Readers can draw their own conclusions.
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