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We need a tag evolution « Faviki Blog

Nova Spivack, the founder of Twine, held an interesting presentation about the future of the Web on the Next Web conference in Amsterdam. He thinks that we are currently in the process of Internet evolution in which tags are having an increasing significance. He predicts that in the next 10 to 15 years tags will have an increasingly important part while keywords will gradually disappear.

Gov 2.0: It’s All About The Platform

But as with Web 2.0, the real secret of success in Government 2.0 is thinking about government as a platform. If there’s one thing we learn from the technology industry, it’s that every big winner has been a platform company: someone whose success has enabled others, who’ve built on their work and multiplied its impact. Microsoft put “a PC on every desk and in every home,” the internet connected those PCs, Google enabled a generation of ad-supported startups, Apple turned the phone market upside down by letting developers loose to invent applications no phone company would ever have thought of. In each case, the platform provider raised the bar, and created opportunities for others to exploit. Annotated link

Productivity Future Vision

As you watch the video, think about how the technical trends we observe today can be extrapolated to create the experiences we depict in the future. When you’re done, tell us what you think, and share your ideas for what you would like to see the future hold.

Microsoft Office Labs

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Take a step into the future and explore how technology can improve the way you manage work and life.



Revelations: FolkMind – a killer app for the Web 2.0 era

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...To me the new killer app for the Internet should help me in working at any levels of abstraction. The higher the abstraction, the more volume of complexity and data I can handle. Also at any level of abstraction, I should be able to navigate between concepts that are visible at that level and observe new connections that were not apparent to me at a different abstraction. And when I want to dig deeper, it should help me in exploring more on that subject. At the lowest level of abstraction, it would resemble a browser. The mass of the content that is on the Internet will still be on HTML, which is doing a good job of capturing presentation information, and a browser is suitable to view this. In short this application should act as a seamless extension to mind and help me in generating ideas by creating new connection between concepts about which I have little or no previous knowledge by leveraging the collective intelligence of humanity.

Earth Day Footprint Quiz

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Gee, this is depressing! I consider myself to be someone careful. I do recycling, avoid the car in town, try to use local products, try to not to wast water, electricity... but even with this it says if everybody was like me we would need 2.5 planets!!! Or maybe I made a mistake, I hope so, some questions are quite precise.

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