Alle Welt spricht von Web 2.0. Keine Ahnung, was das ist? Ganz einfach:
DoubleClick —> Google AdSense > Ofoto —> Flickr > Akamai —> BitTorrent > mp3.com —> Napster > Britannica Online —> Wikipedia > personal websites —> blogging > evite —> upcoming.org and EVDB > domain name speculation —> search engine optimization > page views —> cost per click > screen scraping —> web services > publishing —> participation > content management systems —> wikis > directories (taxonomy) —> tagging (“folksonomy”) > stickiness —> syndication [What Is Web 2.0]
Im not sure but from what Im seeing, theres still a feeling of recklessness and lets just say $2,000 a head for a conference to discuss buzzwords is probably a bad indicator for not getting caught up in hype. [2005 vs. 1999]
Auf der Konferenz gabs tolle Dinge:
- More than 50 thought leaders and entrepreneurs are slated to present in an interactive format stressing audience participation.
- More than a dozen extraordinary thinkers and business leaders will present “High Order Bits” - ten minute stand-and-deliver presentations designed to provoke, delight, and amaze the audience.
- Top executives from platform businesses will address the future of the Web in plenary sessions.
- We’ll focus on innovative new web technologies in our expert led-workshops. [Why Attend]
Eine Gegenveranstaltung gabs natürlich auch:
- You sign up on a sheet to do your presentation I hold and manage a timer (duh)
- You have 2.0 minutes to make a case for your 1.0 technology or squirrely business model
- Whenever you say “monetize,” “font face,” or any of a variety of secret 1998 words, everyone drinks
- Repeat until a) 20 minutes, b) we get bored, or c) every person in the room completes a first round of funding [Going to Web 1.0 this week?]