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Its been over a week since we launched our The Future of Software micro site that over a period of one month will take a look at some of the major trends that are changing and influencing the software business. Here is a recap: * Data […]

Its been over a week since we launched our The Future of Software micro site that over a period of one month will take a look at some of the major trends that are changing and influencing the software business. Here is a recap:

* Data 2.0: How the Web disrupts our relational database world
* Web Services war is over: Time to Rest
* Designing the Future: One Tiny App at a time
* The 7Cs of software

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  1. When you guys announced this I was fairly excited about this, and promoted it heavily.

    I was expecting the series to talk about the relationship between software and society is likely to evolve in the future — more like how the future of software is likely to affect the day-to-day lives of humans.

    Other areas of interest would be business models of software, or feature-sets of software (like the first in the post).

    Somehow the rest of the posts have not been as appealing — just talking about how one protocol is evolving into the next isn’t as exciting, atleast to me.

  2. Like the overall idea of this blog, and the titles are really good — however the actual content needs work. Specifically, the post “Designing the future: One Tiny App at a Time” basically recaps the whole widgets trend that has been going on for a few years now. There is more to the story then just recaping Google Gadgets, Y! Widgets, etc.

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  4. I agree with ariel.
    Overall idea is really good, but content definately needs some work. So far, it reads like random observations about Web startups

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