Thinking Beyond Web 2.0

(Dion Hinchcliffe, SOA WebServices Journal) “I’m here in Sebastopol, California for O’Reilly’s yearly FOO Camp and consequently I’m in the mood for thinking beyond the signature topic of this blog and towards where things are headed next. As a good example of this, my colleague Jeremy Geelan has been closely following the possibilities here as well and has been investigating the ultimate ramifications of Web 2.0 and social software in general, a topic that Jeremy and others have been referring to as Social Computing. And looking even beyond this, though certainly as extensions of Web 2.0 and Social Computing, we have the complete collapsing together of all of our software and IT systems, something that Microsoft’s Gary Flake as referred to earlier this year during the launch of Live Labs as the Internet Singularity, which he describes as…”

Thinking Beyond Web 2.0: Social Computing and the Internet Singularity (Dion Hinchcliffe’s Web 2.0 Blog)

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