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May 2006

Scan This Book! - New York Times

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When Google announced in December 2004 that it would digitally scan the books of five major research libraries to make their contents searchable, the promise of a universal library was resurrected. Indeed, the explosive rise of the Web, going from nothing to everything in one decade, has encouraged us to believe in the impossible again. Might the long-heralded great library of all knowledge really be within our grasp?

China sees 60 million bloggers by year's end | CNET News.com

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China is the world's second-largest Internet market after the United States with more than 110 million users. A survey by Chinese search engine Baidu.com put the current number of blog, or Web log, sites at 36.82 million which are kept by 16 million people, the official Xinhua news agency said on Saturday. The number of Chinese bloggers is expected to hit 60 million by the end of this year, Xinhua said, quoting a report on China's media industry by the prestigious Tsinghua University.

我blog故我在--web 2.0时代的网页设计风格

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web 2.0对站点的设计师提出了新的要求,不是会画photoshop, 拿dreamwaver, frontpage做些html就能出来混的了! 现在会拿着notepad(我更多用editplus:))写css, html代码的那才牛! 这些新趋势,让美工(或者严格说一个纯美工)对一个web站点的影响变得比1.0时代更加不那么重要了。懂更多知识,了解更多系统,注重用户感受的设计者才能是web 2.0页面设计的主导。

April 2006

edublogs: BBC 2.0 - but why would you want centralised social media?

MediaGuardian reports on the BBC's foray into the world of Web 2.0 - blogs, podcasts, bookmark sharing et al.: "The BBC today unveiled radical plans to rebuild its website around user-generated content, including blogs and home videos, with the aim of creating a public service version of MySpace.com."

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

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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.

Business Models on the Web | Professor Michael Rappa

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Business models are perhaps the most discussed and least understood aspect of the web. There is so much talk about how the web changes traditional business models. But there is little clear-cut evidence of exactly what this means. In the most basic sense, a business model is the method of doing business by which a company can sustain itself -- that is, generate revenue. The business model spells-out how a company makes money by specifying where it is positioned in the value chain.

2006 Blogger Bof (beta) | Bof 2.0, Blog 2.0, Web 2.0

繼去年成功的Blogger Event後,2006台灣Blog界盛事:「TW Blogger BoF 網誌青年運動會」活動,邀請國內外知名Blogger,趨勢意見領袖,觀察評論家,電子與平面媒體,技術專家等齊聚一堂。以輕鬆開講及對談方式,加強國內一般民眾對於Blog的認識,並促進Blog在台灣的普及應用!

March 2006

굿디자인웹2005 _GoodDesignWeb 2005

南韓2005年網頁設計大賞,值得一看!

Web users 'only visit six sites' - Web User News

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Web users now have almost 76 million sites to choose from, yet most only visit six on a regular basis, it was revealed today. The research, published today by Directgov, points to a new era in the use of the internet that experts are calling the 'Supersite' phenomenon. The study found that half of internet-using Britons (51 per cent) visit just six or less sites on a regular basis.

February 2006

The Most Promising Web 2.0 Software of 2006 (web2.wsj2.com)

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It's been almost three months since my last major roundup of Web 2.0 software and I thought it's about time to release another update. The pace of innovation in the next generation of online software has continued unabated and we've seen dozens upon dozens of new entries into the market since December. And while a few of the market niches are starting to fill up, almost as often as not these new software products are inventing completely new spaces in which to serve. It's been thrilling to watch TechCrunch and eHub continue to announce new product after new product. I personally get at least an e-mail a day asking me to take a look at new applications. This article will reward many of you who have waiting so patiently.

Web 2.0 Logos and Links at Digg Watch Blog

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Ludwig Gatzke has created a huge image of Web 2.0 Logos. The image can be found on his Flickr account here.

January 2006

Color Me Shop! pro - ショップブログ

日々更新される日記的なWebサイトは、総称して「ブログ」と呼ばれています。 ショップブログを利用することで、日記のように毎日情報を発信することがカンタンに行えます。 HTMLやプログラミングなど難しい知識は一切必要ないので、初心者の方でも 気軽に作成することが出来ます。

Open Source Web Design - Download and upload free web designs.

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Open Source Web Design is a place to download free web designs and share yours with others. We help make the internet a prettier place.

Ajax Blog - HTML, Javascript and XML coding techniques for Web 2.0

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xajax is an open source PHP class library that allows you to easily create powerful, web-based, Ajax applications using HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and PHP. Applications developed with xajax can asynchronously call server-side PHP functions and update content without reloading the page.

Cero's Weblog

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简洁,易于使用,有效吸引的WEB应用。 Simple, Useable, and Attractive on Web-base APP.

The Web 2.0 Is Here (web2.wsj2.com)

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Web 2.0 is white hot at the moment, and not just because of the hype, but because of the insane amount of stuff that's being built for it right now.

ISWC 2005 - CD-ROM (LNCS 3729)

The Semantic Web – ISWC 2005

December 2005

Yahoo! Netrospective: 10 years, 100 moments of the Web

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Yahoo! Netrospective: 10 years, 100 moments of the Web

The Best Web 2.0 Software of 2005

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It's getting towards the end of the year and I'm feeling the need to take stock of where we've actually come with Web 2.0 in the last 12 months. So much has happened in this space recently and a tidal wave of innovative, high-quality software has been released this year. So much in fact, that it's hard to keep track of it all. While many of us talk about Web 2.0 ideas, there's no substitute for pointing to concrete examples. And this also gives credit where credit is due to all the hard-working folks building the next generation of the Web.

CalendarHub - Web Calendars

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Create a Calendar That You Can Access from Anywhere. Keep it private, share it with others or publish it on the Web!

Yahoo! Maps Web Services - Introducing the Yahoo! Maps APIs

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The new Yahoo! Maps offers a powerful new way to experience and use maps. Tap into this beautiful new interface either using the free Flash® viewer from Macromedia® or display via AJAX.

Top 10 Innovative Web 2.0 Applications of 2005

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2005 also brought many "me too" companies. It seemed like every other Web 2.0 application was "The Best Social Bookmarking Site" or "The Best Startpage Site" or "Another Boring To-Do List site". My only hope is that this nonsense ends a quick death by the end of this month. I am optimistic that 2006 is the year of "Web 2.0 Innovation". It is the next logical step...and I anticipate it with great enthusiasm.

Making Web 2.0 Commercially Successful

Following up on this weekend's mainstream media discussion of Web 2.0 being a better, healthier boom than the original dot-com speculation frenzy, I've had some time to reflect on the ways that Web 2.0 software can be commercially successful. Certainly, the most popular model for most Web 2.0 startups themselves is through mergers and acquisitions. In this model, you typically build a successful service with a unique identity, some hip attitude, and attract a large user base and as long as you've done it cost effectively, the attention base of your users alone probably pays for the acquisition in the eyes of the buyer.

tech.memeorandum

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我時常收看的科技主題聚合網站,裡面有許多新消息!

互联网周刊:网络精英约会VC Web2.0会怎样

乐观的人好像看到了互联网的又一个春天,那些如雨后春笋般横空出世的互联网新贵们,用一个个财富神话给出了事实依据;悲观的人好像看到了互联网的又一个泡沫,那些神话故事的主角们似乎总也逃不开资本的追逐和被追逐;鼓噪的人好像看到了互联网的又一波机会大潮,他们步调一致地迅速站到Web2.0的大旗之下,丝毫不管Web2.0这一概念到底在宣讲些什么。

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