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Comment on Social Technology by Gary Thompson

Tue, 15 Aug 2006 12:28:44 +0000

Hey Larry, When Tim Berners-Lee invented the web his original idea was based on the concept of hypertext that would facilitate sharing and updating of information among researchers. A truly read-write web. Not what happened in the beginning. Instead, for the most part, making money was the focus. A new channel was emerging that showed potential. When Amazon came on the scene as a true virtual store without any brick-and-mortar locations the stage was set for a new gold rush for business completely ignoring the original two-way concept of the web. The end user was "engaged" but only to purchase or view those "wonderful" online banner ads. Business was trying to recreate on the web the model that had worked for so long and to an extent succeeded. The birth of weblogs and now the explosion of social networks has started to change how people interact on the web. Humans by nature need to engage with others that share their beliefs and ideas. As well as engaging in conflict with those that don't agree with us. It's this conversation that stimulates us to learn whether good or bad. And people love to show off as evident by the likes of YouTube and Flickr. This "social technology" will continue to evolve around the needs and wants of people not money. However money will be made and lots of it. Just not the way we have in the past.

Comment on Social Technology by Larry

Tue, 15 Aug 2006 03:18:16 +0000

Hey G, It seems that, prior to the bubble bursting, we were a bit facinated by all the possibilities that all this connectivity would allow...we got excited about commerce and cash as it related to the "new territory". Making a buck ran amuck, and we forgot to really listen to each other. What I see emerging is an internet that acually is a more clear, open environment...this "social technology" will have a major influence on we consume and speak to eachother. It will be interesting times.