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I am swamped under deadlines for the magazine and also researching a couple of big pieces. Still, there are some interesting little snippets I must send your way to keep you entertained and busy. Ben versus Mena, and no it is not a family squabble. Forget […]

I am swamped under deadlines for the magazine and also researching a couple of big pieces. Still, there are some interesting little snippets I must send your way to keep you entertained and busy.

More goodness worth reading….

And finally….

Pip Coburn says

Web 2.0 encompasses everything. It’s bigger than all of us and that is why everyone has trouble saying just exactly what Web 2.0 is. It encompasses The Free World I speak of, Chris Anderson’s Long Tail, Om Malik’s “Built to Flip,” the Perkins Curve, “the Singularity” of Ray Kurzweil, Nicholas Negroponte’s $100 PC, The rebirth of AT&T sorta with IPTV, Google’s “GoogleWorld,” the “Mashington Post” and Ray Ozzie’s Microsoft Live. Some folks still can’t believe that the words “Ray Ozzie” and “Microsoft” can appear in the same sentence, and if that doesn’t say something is up what does?

  1. Hi Om,

    Just wanted to write to comment on the statement “Forget Proto page, and say hello to Clipmarks.”
    in your post…i am not in any way affiliated with either of the two.

    I think it is an unfair comparison. Protopage is great because it allows users to create “sticky
    notes” and access them anywhere, sort of like a web-based scratchpad (atleast thats why i use it
    extensively for)…clipmarks, on the other hand, is solely for saving content one comes across
    online.

    Thanks and keep up the great work.

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  2. actually its more like what was yesterday’s web 2.0 hotness versus today’s hotness. you know… new day, new service.

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  3. HA i know that adam odonnell guy. hes a good dude.

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  4. they are good people. i just mixxed it up a tad.

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  5. Talkin’bout web 2.0 is already controversial, so we on’t need this: http://mashable.com/2005/09/30/whats-mobile-20/, do we?

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