Today I was reordering some footage I recorded during the last months and when I came across some of the videos I recorded with Tim O’Reilly immediately came up to my mind this article that I read on Techcrunch a while ago.
On one had we have Techcrunch saying (again) that ‘web 2.0′ is dead and on the other we have Tim who has a different point of view.
This is actually an interesting topic so I thought to re-propose this video in which I actually asked directly to Tim whether 2.0 is over or if it actually is more important than ever.
My take? Yes the term web 2.0 is often overused but I think that the concept at base of it is still really valid especially during a recession like the one we are going though right now.
Watch, think and join the conversation.
Did you read the posts I linked to on Techcrunch? Did you watch the videos above?
Yes? Cool, so I’m interested in hearing what’s running in your mind!
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interesting discussion. I think people will say controversial things to seem different and get media for example- Techcrunch.
what Tim says makes perfect sense.
@Donna: Controversial points of view to get ‘attention’? Yes I agree…
but they are also interesting because they stimulate the discussion and can (if constructive) take things to the next level
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