Posted:September 14, 2006

Dion Hinchcliffe, who I have lauded before and generally like for his insights on his Enterprise Web 2.0 site for many items, seems to have gone too native with everything being “2.0″! Ok, it is cool to talk about new stuff with enterprise mashups, wikis, and the like (no news to us), but going gonzo on standard web developments seems pretty silly.

So, take Dion’s most recent post on Finding Web 2.0. The interesting thing is that a bit of historical probing would have shown a more compelling view of “2.0″, namely from Hyperland of 16 years ago! As I indicated earlier in my A Hitchhiker's Guide to the Semantic Web, this is Must See TV!

P.S. I ‘trackbacked’ this post rather than commenting directly because it was a pain in the ass to add my comment to the ZDNet site. Corporitis detrititus.

Posted by AI3's author, Mike Bergman Posted on September 14, 2006 at 9:01 pm in Adaptive Information, Semantic Web | Comments (0)
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