Monthly Archives > November 2008

Moving beyond the superficial

A friend of mine who is new to social media pointed out the other day that she found much of it to be rather superficial.  She found that the interactions with other users on Facebook lacked depth.  As we began to discuss Twitter, my friend stated that it is rather…

The new Facebook application ecosystem

One of the interesting parts of developing social applications is that the platforms and technologies we interact with are periodically changing, and we must keep pace both with our platform and with our application marketing strategies. Facebook recently completed a fundamental redesign of much of its site.  Transitions on such…

Web 2.0 Followup…

As I threatened a few days back in a post on Web 2.0 stuff, I have some more thoughts on the whole topic.  I said then that, Web 2.0 is User generated (usually) Distributed (usually) Browser-based (usually) Highly interactive Pervasive in areas not reached in the past Disruptive of existing…