1. wow laurel, this is amazing! this has helped explain web3.0. In unrelated news, I saw your blog get some kudos in The Age, some sales guy was interviewed and he said your blog was the one to read. 🙂

  2. This is… eye opening/amazing/mind blowing. After reading that I feel like such an idiot, never really seeing blogging in such a restrictive way.

    Wow. Web 3.0 is going to be exciting.

  3. Agree with Julian and Martin. Btw, I referred by your facebook post not twitter… It is impossible to catch all good things in Twitter…

    just a feedback. 🙂

  4. Does a blog satisfy the criteria for Web 2.0? I’ve never considered the Blog as a purely collaborative medium – that’s the job of a wiki, for example – but nor is it isolated from other internet applications. Rather its your own personal portal on the world. But used to their full capabilities, blogs do seem to meet the Web 2.0 criteria, at least by comparison to traditional print media. Blogs improve with use by those who write, comment on and link to them, and (particularly if the blogger loads enough of the right links and widgets) do end up with content from others, and so reflect O’Reilly’s “architecture of participation”.

  5. You can create or make a free blog with a lot of features on http://bloqita.net
    You can start blogging then invite your friends to join and make blogging more fun. You can play a game, listening to music, and there is many interesting applications like free sms, relationship forecast and connected with your friends at the same time.

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