Tag Archives: Neologisms

The Proud Legacy of the New Web

By | August 24, 2010

My weekly column for the Loose Wire Servce. A few things I had to do this week brought me to the same conclusion: Companies that don’t get simplicity are struggling. First off, I have been writing a paper on social media. What we used to call Web 2.0, basically. Now that everything we do is Web 2.0 it’s… Read More »

Pure Web 2.0 – Music Collaboration

By | September 8, 2008

Via one of my musicial heroes,  Thomas Dolby, here’s a great example of how Web 2.0 really works—for musicians. A very timely piece of software has become available for me to use on my album. It’s called Virtual Glass and it’s a plug-in you download from a web site/service called eSession.com. The subscription-based eSession site handles all administrative… Read More »

Breaking Out of Those Silos

By | February 19, 2008

If you’re looking for the future of news, a pretty good example of it is at UK startup silobreaker, which isn’t a farm demolition service but a pretty cool news aggregation and visualization site. In other words, it lets you look at news in different ways. And it’s caught the attention of Microsoft, who today announced it had… Read More »

The Worm and Tide Turn

By | January 8, 2008

It’s funny how things have changed. Before the days of the web, if someone offered you something for free you’d be all grovelly and the offerer would be all haughty. Like watching those matrons jostling and bashing each other with handbags at the Christmas sales, the sales assistants standing by assessing their nails. Now, at least online, we’re… Read More »

Mindmapping online

By | April 9, 2007

For those of you interested in mindmaps, I’ve posted a tenminut.es review of Mindomo, one of several mindmapping Web 2.0 applications beginning to appear. Others I’ve come across are bubbl.us and Mindmeister (still in private beta). Reviews of those to follow. Perhaps there are more.  Tags: mindmaps, mindmapping, web+2.0 Related Posts:Directory of MindMapping Software August 7, 2004 It’s… Read More »