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April 2006

The Impact of Emerging Technologies: Web 2.0's Startup Fever - Technology Review

by vista (via)
This explosion of new Web sites -- a phenomenon often dubbed "Web 2.0" -- is great for all kinds of Internet users. But how long can this new crop of startups survive without charging for their products? The answer, in some cases, may be not long. Simply put, many of these outfits, much like their dot-com predecessors in the late 1990s, don't have business models. The most common revenue source in the Web 2.0 world is contextual advertising -- but, as some analysts point out, the nickels and dimes earned when visitors click on ads provided by the likes of Google's AdWords barely bring in enough to cover the costs of Web server hardware. Consequently, some industry watchers believe that a shakeout is likely within the next 12 to 24 months.

Intenet Evolution Thought

by z0man
Yet another interesting read on they they internet suddenly changed the way we look at it.


by sunny & 85 others
Une bonne place dans mes feeds :D

Internet - From Evolution to Revolution

by sampalmisan
Human history has moved on from Stone Age to the Industrial Age, and now we are experiencing the information age. In the past everything used to happen slowly like transition from one epoch to another, but now the Information Age has given new dimension to it. It has shaken many societies like a sonic boom, sending sudden waves of change in all directions. There has been population explosion in cyberspace. It has been estimated that more than 400 million people worldwide are using the Internet regularly, an online community has grown in 3000 times in size it was just seven years ago. The applications of advanced Information Technologies are as diverse as the many forms of human endeavor, and their impact is equally varied, creating new connections and open platform, inspiring new methods and building new alliances. Internet communities are created which are not defined by physical locations, but rather by interest, intellectual activity, purpose, or concern. Internet is rapidly transforming itself as users and innovators apply the technologies in ways we cannot yet foresee.

March 2006

Sacred Cow Dung

by jdrsantos
Mythocracy in Venture Capital, Technology, Healthcare, Media, Internet, et al (Chief Dung Analyst: Christian Mayaud)

February 2006

Google Labs

by misskitty4280 & 58 others
Google labs showcases a few of our favorite ideas that aren't quite ready for prime time. Your feedback can help us improve them. Please play with these prototypes and send your comments directly to the Googlers who developed them.

January 2006

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