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2007.02.03

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John Newton, reflecting on the Geeks Dinner held during the World Economic Forum in Davos, describes a kind of epiphany he had regarding Web 2.0: When you think about the touchstones of Web 2.0 like Google Maps, YouTube, Flickr, My... [Read More]

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This is probably the most fascinating perspectives to the whole Web 2.0 story. And in my opinion a very correct theory in an overview-istic scientific perspective. It explains why new software and technology is increasingly getting people centric. This also indicates that the web 2.0 is more than just a marketing buzzword, it is a step in evolution of technology. Maybe we technologists are now trying to address the higher parts of the 'Maslow's Hierarchies of Needs' pyramid?


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