From The Information Age To The Connected Age " GigaOM

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All Stories Web Broadband Infrastructure Mobile Voice FoundRead Briefings Archives. Netgear Joins the Web 2.0 Jason Calacanis launched yet another discussion of the future of the web with his official definition of web 3.0 , in which web 2.0 But the web is a network, or as some gifted people already knew, a “graph.&# Maybe instead of getting tangled up in discussions of what’s web 1.0 vs. web 2.0 or web 3.0

Web Worker Daily " Archive Busyness vs. Burst: Why Corporate Web Workers Look Unproductive "

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Web Worker Daily. Busyness vs. Burst: Why Corporate Web Workers Look Unproductive. There’s a culture clash inside office buildings where workers from the busyness economy sit in cubicles next to workers from the burst economy — web workers. Yes, that’s right: even if you work as a corporate employee in an office building, you may still be a web worker, using the Web for radical and unconventional productivity. Busy : Web surfing is bad.

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Social Media is really just facilitating what are actually much more natural human interaction behaviors than traditional web was able to support. Share and Enjoy: These icons link to social bookmarking sites where readers can share and discover new web pages. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 web 2.0. Web 2.0 Social Web. My Web. Newsvine. Upcoming Events. About. Contact. Links.

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23 Reactions to the New Digg, and It's Not Good » Techipedia.

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Tagged as: community , digg , reactions , social media , social news , web 2.0 { 23 trackbacks } - Gadgets on the web » Blog Archive » 23 Community Reactions to the New Digg: Outlook Not Good September 20, 2007 at 12:54 pm Can You Digg It? There is such a concept, however, that social news people have a single preferred medium (let’s say Reddit, Propeller/Netscape, Digg, SU, Newsvine, Sphinn, etc).

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