The Web 2.0 revolution is on. Blogs are everywhere.
I am happy to tell you that all members of the Meetoo family now have their own blog:
You will notice that the kids have their weblog on wordpress.com.
In fact, in some days, Christina will move her own blog there. (Done!) Perhaps, I’ll do the same thing in the coming months
Incidentally, I suppose you know my profile is on LinkedIn, my photos are on Flickr, my books are on LibraryThing, my bookmarks are on del.icio.us, my music compositions are on Last.fm as well as the music I listen to…
The world is changing fast. Either you adapt or you disappear!
One question: why move to wordpress.com when you already have your own domain?
I’ve not said I’m definitely moving to wordpress.com but I may do it because
* I won’t have to worry about upgrading the software
* I won’t need to pay for hosting
but the most important reason is the social networking consequences. WordPress.com allows you to watch in real-time posts by other wordpress.com users similar to yours. This is a kind of RSS++ or Atom++.
I’m still pondering :-)
Each time there will be a new Web hype you will need to deploy some efforts into the re-adaptation then. Same old routine. :)
Static HTML will never lose their appeal imho.
Yep. This is what make life interesting :-)
More seriously, Web 2.0 (i.e. the Web as a Platform) is revolutionary. Look at Wikipedia, Flickr, YouTube, del.icio.us and LinkedIn (for example)
Incidentally HTML is old now. The latest version was release on 24/12/1999.
To each his own: life is as interesting as one want it to be. :)
Wikipedia and YouTube are wonderful sites – in an ocean of countless stale copycats. And I certainly don’t need all those accounts to those latest hip Web 2.0 *social* *community* sites. :d
HTML is way old but still goldie for some more time to come.
p.s I recommend SolutionWatch.com if you don’t already know it (was a favourite bookmark of mine during my Web 2.0 whore days) :p
HTML is alive again (as if it was dead :-) ). A brand new working group has been set up by the W3C today to work on the next version of HTML (and not XHTML)
late response.. but i found some good read
Forget Web 2.0, welcome Web 3.0
Nice article. I’ve been discussing with some people recently who also believe that Second Life will change our (first) life…