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O´Reillys definition af web2.0 igen

Posted in Uncategorized by Thomas elton on december 22, 2006

Oreilly radar slutter 2006 af med at opdatere definitionen af web2.0 (se nedenfor). Igen er det et af mange forsøg på at ramme kernen af tendensen i 2006 meget øget fokus op brugerne og brugernes data. 
Times har kåret årets person : “you”  selvfølgelig med hentydning til youtube salg/opkøb.
Youtube for baghjul af veniceproject hvis man skal tro beta-testerne hos techcrunch. 2006 var det år hvor vi bilde os selv ind at brugerne best kan lide ondemand og i små 30 sekundersbidder. Måske var det fordi ingen endnu rigtigt har kunne levere en tilfredstillende tv-oplevelse som den  venice-drengene er ved at lancere. Fuldskærms højkvalitet tv, men alle de kanaler du ønsker dig-  live eller ondemand det gør ingen forskel. Måske bliver 2007 et rigtigt nettvår… 

 

Oreilly radar:
Don’t treat software as an artifact, but as a process of engagement with your users. (“The perpetual beta”)

  1. Open your data and services for re-use by others, and re-use the data and services of others whenever possible. (“Small pieces loosely joined”)
  2. Don’t think of applications that reside on either client or server, but build applications that reside in the space between devices. (“Software above the level of a single device”)
  3. Remember that in a network environment, open APIs and standard protocols win, but this doesn’t mean that the idea of competitive advantage goes away. (Clayton Christensen: “The law of conservation of attractive profits”)
  4. Chief among the future sources of lock in and competitive advantage will be data, whether through increasing returns from user-generated data (eBay, Amazon reviews, audioscrobbler info in last.fm, email/IM/phone traffic data as soon as someone who owns a lot of that data figures out that’s how to use it to enable social networking apps, GPS and other location data), through owning a namespace (Gracenote/CDDB, Network Solutions), or through proprietary file formats (Microsoft Office, iTunes). (“Data is the Intel Inside”)

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