Top Internet Trends of 2000-2009: Democratization of News Media. It's November 2009 and we're nearing the end of a decade.
It's been a tumultuous time of change for many industries, much of it driven by the Internet. The newspaper industry has been particularly affected by the Web. Over the past 10 years, news media has undergone a seachange akin to the invention of the printing press in 1440. Just as Johannes Gutenberg's printing press brought books to the mainstream public in the 15th century, Tim Berners-Lee's World Wide Web brought commercial publishing to the people.
The Web has always been a medium where people could just as easily write as read (yes, the read/write Web), however it didn't reach its potential until blogging came along earlier this decade. Blogging. Patent Prowess. Dominating electronics once again are Hitachi, Matsushita, Xerox Corp., and Sony, just as it was in 2006.
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At its most foundational level, it copies every action, every character, every thought we make while we ride upon it. In order to send a message from one corner of the internet to another, the protocols of communication demand that the whole message be copied along the way several times. IT companies make a lot of money selling equipment that facilitates this ceaseless copying.
Every bit of data ever produced on any computer is copied somewhere. Our digital communication network has been engineered so that copies flow with as little friction as possible. This super-distribution system has become the foundation of our economy and wealth. E-Government Meets Web 2.0: Goodbye Portals, Hello Web Services. Gartner recently released a couple of reports on how web 2.0 technologies are being used in e-Government.
The reports are entitled The E-Government Hype Cycle Meets Web 2.0 and Government and Web 2.0: The Emerging Midoffice. Both are about how modern e-government efforts are moving away from the 'one stop shop' portal approach that characterized early efforts, and are turning more towards mashups and (to quote the first Gartner report) "a number of mostly adventurous initiatives with blogs, wikis or islands in Second Life. " But it's the ecosystem of Web Services - and the reusability of content and services that Web Services enable - that really excites Gartner about web 2.0 in e-government. Control The 'Hype Cycle' Gartner report makes it plain that Gartner analysts do not consider all aspects of Web 2.0 to be useful in e-government. Don't all IT projects require focus? Note: this isn't an official government presence in SecondLife. How to answer 23 of the most common interview questions.
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The Road to the Semantic Web. Written by Alex Iskold and edited by Richard MacManus.
Semantic Web: Difficulties with the Classic Approach. Summary: The original vision of the semantic web as a layer on top of the current web, annotated in a way that computers can "understand," is certainly grandiose and intriguing.
Yet, for the past decade it has been a kind of academic exercise rather than a practical technology. This article explores why; and what we can do about it. 49 ways to build your brand using online marketing. Building a brand from scratch is not an easy thing to do, especially if you are in a market that is very competitive.
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According to our research, roughly half of all Business 2.0 readers dream of founding their own companies. Become a Gmail master - Lifehacker. How to Start a Business without Money. Several decades ago, before I got interested in starting businesses, I met a friend who went from being penniless to becoming quite wealthy in a breathtakingly short amount of time. I asked him what the secret of getting rich was.
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