Posts tagged ‘web2’

January 25, 2010

What the Web of Tomorrow Will Look Like: 4 Big Trends to Watch

What the Web of Tomorrow Will Look Like: 4 Big Trends to Watch

The Social Analyst is a weekly column by Mashable Co-Editor Ben Parr, where he digs into social media trends and how they are affecting companies in the space.

“Did you know that it’s been nearly twenty years since the first website was placed online? Have you ever thought about how the Internet and the web have evolved in time?Ponder it: the Internet, a complex series of interconnected networks, protocols, servers, cables, and computers, has evolved from its early days as U.S. Department of Defense research project into the foundation for the World Wide Web, what we use today to interact with one another via browsers, email, Twitter, Skype, and millions of other online tools.As we approach the imminent launch of the Apple Tablet and analyze new trends coming out of out of this year’s Consumer Electronics Show our full coverage, now is good time to reflect on what the web will look like in the next decade — and beyond.I have four big predictions to share for what the web will look like in the near future. This is what I expect in the evolution of our online lives:”

1. The Web Will Be Accessible Anywhere

2. Web Access Will Not Focus Around the Computer

3. The Web Will Be Media-Centric

4. Social Media Will Be Its Largest Component

Read the rest of the story via What the Web of Tomorrow Will Look Like: 4 Big Trends to Watch.

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January 6, 2010

delicious.com/trendhub

time today to sift and sort the delicious page

http://delicious.com/tags/trendhub

What is Delicious?

“Delicious is a social bookmarking service that allows users to tag, save, manage and share web pages from a centralized source. With emphasis on the power of the community, Delicious greatly improves how people discover, remember and share on the Internet.

Things you can do with Delicious

Bookmark any site on the Internet, and get to it from anywhere

Instead of having different bookmarks on every computer, Delicious makes it easy to have a single set of bookmarks kept in sync between all of your computers. Even if you’re not on a computer you own, you can still get to your bookmarks on the Delicious website.

Share your bookmarks, and get bookmarks in return

If your friends use Delicious, you can send them interesting bookmarks that they can check out the next time they log in. Of course, they can do the same for you. As you explore the site and find interesting users, you can use our Subscriptions and Network features to keep track of the Delicious tags and users you find most interesting.

Discover the most useful and interesting bookmarks on the web

See what’s hot with Delicious users by checking out our popular tags. By looking at popular bookmarks for a tag, you’ll be able to discover the most interesting bookmarks on the topics you’re most interested in. Browse bookmarks on just about anything from the best programming tips to the most popular travel sites, all in an easy to read format.”



November 27, 2009

theGOOD : An Interactive Think Tank

theGOOD : An Interactive Think Tank.

his interactive think tank creates meaningful connections between the analog and digital worlds; the site not only showcases its portfolio of work and experimentation but aggregates and displays its social data.

November 10, 2009

Burberry launches social networking site

Burberry launches social networking site

From Draper online – 9 November 2009 | By Amy Shields

“Burberry has launched its social networking site artofthetrench.com, celebrating the British heritage brand’s iconic trench coat.

Burberry will work with some of the world’s leading photographers to catalogue trench coat wearers’ love of the outerwear item and their personal stories relating to their Burberry trench.

Visitors to the site will be invited to submit their own portraits depicting themselves in their trench.

For the site’s launch, Burberry creative director Christopher Bailey commissioned a collection of photographs of trench wearers taken by photographer Scott Schuman of The Sartorialist.”

Reads more ….. Burberry launches social networking site | News | Drapers.

October 16, 2009

first UK political party to run a marketing campaign on Spotif

Forty-second Spotify ad makes Conservatives the first UK political party to exploit internet music service The Conservatives are to become the first UK political party to run a marketing campaign on the internet music service Spotif Read more at guardian.co.uk Technology »

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March 12, 2009

Web Apps – index of web applications and online tools – Go2web20

Web Apps – index of web applications and online tools – Go2web20.

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