Yes, I was at the Web 2.0 Summit in SF

You should have been there. We totally revved the whole deal up a few notches. Now it's "Web XP".


  1. Web XP is so old. You should be using Web XP 360.

  2. Web 2.0 has succeeded in colonising the web virtual space. From what Dion Hinchcliffe has written it appears the Summit was seeking to find an answer to colonisation of the Enterprise virtual space with Web 2.0 tools. Reminded me of the great expectations of the Knowledge Management pioneers which finally ended with Tom Davenport stating in 2003: “We’ve been experimenting with IT support for knowledge work for several decades now. When will we figure out what works?”.

    What do you think is missing?


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