Web Two Whoa

Microblogging?  Oh.  He means this.

Microblogging? Oh. He means this.

Diane Prange writes:

If you’re among those who think Web 2.0 is overhyped, you’ll appreciate Jim Louderback’s snide take on the terms he heard tossed around and the things he saw people doing at the Web 2.0 Expo in San Francisco. Here are a few of my favorites.

Twitter – Transmit your every thought to, well, everyone at the touch of a button! This new micro-blogging platform allows you to annoy your friends with all the mundane things you do every day. So, instead of writing a blog post every few hours that details all of the deep thoughts you’ve had, you can spew them out to e-mail, IM, and cell phones as soon as you think them! And, with only 140 characters, the more shallow or vacuous, the better! […] It’s a great tool for finding your friends on a Saturday night. It’s a lousy way to build a business.

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Jim Louderback thinks it sounds like 1999 all over again. Nonsense. We’ve got much better names this time around.

Plus medals! We’ll get medals!

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