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Channel: Web 2.0 (page 4)

  • BigBand Introduces Personalized Web Video Delivery

    As online users become more savvy, their demands for increasingly dynamic and interactive content can create quite a challenge for broadband service providers. Just where will they find the resources (and bandwidth) to make all that we dream of possible? BigBand Networks is fairly confident that they have the answer,

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  • Web 2.0 is About Giving Up Some Control

    Web 2.0 is part of the shift away from the dominance of the elite to the innovation of the collective.Social media is just that-social. Blogging, wikis, rating and voting systems are based on the idea that there is value outside the traditional channels of power. Web 2.

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  • ImThere Challenges Lack of Interest in Events Management Apps

    We've seen tons of people try "cracking the event nut " in app-world.

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  • Government Website Survey: from Organization-centric to Citizen-centric

    Government websites are organization-centric, complicated and confusing, according to a survey of government web professionals in the United States, New Zealand and Canada.Between August and October 2007, over 230 government web professionals in the United States, New Zealand and Canada rated their websites based on a list of phrases.

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  • Proximic Enables Monetization for Web Publishers

    When I say "contextual content network," you say "pattern proximity." Got it? Contextual content network. (Pattern proximity!) Very good. Now what exactly does that mean? A start-up called Proximic has launched a network designed to overcome the limitations of contextual advertising technologies; that is, search and online advertising platforms based on keywords,

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  • Zylab's Treasure Trove of Repositories Get Googleable

    ZyLAB, a developer of information access solutions for the last 20 years, is announcing that it has finalized a technology partnership with Google that helps users search for and access public archives of information stored within secure ZyIMAGE XML repositories.

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  • Typepad Available for iPhone and iPod Touch

    So what if installing third party software on your iPhone may void your warranty. A blogger's got to do what a blogger's got to do, and what could be more enticing than the ability to blog from one's iPhone? For TypePad, Six Apart's hosted blogging service, mobile blogging is

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  • Column Two: CMS, Web 2.0 Don't Exactly 'Mesh' Well

    We all need to hear what the contrarians to enterprise optimism have to say every once in awhile. Column Two shook us all awake with a post about what content management systems provide in the user-generated space. The answer: Not much.

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  • Will Google Relaunch JotSpot?

    It’s been almost a year since Google acquired JotSpot, a publishing and collaboration company founded in 2004 by the Excite.com co-founders. Since the announcement, new customer registration has not been allowed and the service has gone stagnant. But recent whispering on the Web points toward Google re-launching the wiki

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  • Web 2.0: Who Really Participates?

    We’re most all familiar with the notion of Web 2.0 (if you aren’t, check out this helpful article). But with all this talk about user participation and interaction, what are the actual figures? How many Web 2.0 users create content and how many simply access it? Hitwise, an online competitive

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  • For a More Secure Web Offering, Be Wary with AJAX

    Who doesn't love AJAX? It alters a site's content without users having to reload. It's rendered the pageview virtually worthless, inspiring Nielsen/BuzzMetrics to pursue a time-based site tracking model for calculating the popularity of sites. And in many ways, its availability is one manner of gauging the hip-with-it-ness of a

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  • Back to the Future of the Web, What Mattered Most

    Hard to believe, but the Web is still young. A lot has happened in the past ten years. So much so that it's hard to predict where it will take us. The folks at Vitamin, an online magazine dedicated to the future of the Web industry, asked sixteen top designers,

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  • Lessons Learned by ConnectU vs. Facebook

    When I think of Facebook, I think of the telephone. Stay with me. Not only do they both provide means for networking and communication, their development was also subject to conspiracy. You see, back in the day, many laid claim to status of its inventor. Much like the Harvard graduates,

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  • SezWho Community Bridge Helps the Just, Hampers the Harmful

    Here's an interesting social media service that may not be (entirely) froth, though it's still too soon to tell. SezWho is an offering that helps site owners build traffic and community participation by joining "islands of content," like blogs and other media, with the gruntwork of crossover participants.

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