The Great Web 2.0 Debate

April 23, 2007 at 1:22 pm | Posted in social software, Web 2.0 | Leave a comment

I just wanted to alert readers to a telebriefing coming up (Burton Group clients can listen in tomorrow 4/24 or on Wednesday 4/25) on Web 2.0.  Richard Monson-Haefel from our Application Platform Strategies service and I have both posted blog entries on Web 2.0, but from different angles (see his initial posting at Web 2.0: A simple definition and mine at What I Don’t Like About the “Web 2.0” Label).  How can these seemingly conflicting views be resolved?  We’ll be settling this matter once and for all – live – during this telebriefing.  Richard will be running the telebriefing and most of it will be about what Web 2.0 is, but we’ve reserved some time at the end for us to duke it out.  It should be fun!

Web 2.0: An Architecture of Participation

Application Platform Strategies

4/24/2007 and 4/25/2007

Web 2.0 represents another paradigm on which Web applications can be built called the “Architecture of Participation” – the same paradigm that has made open source so successful. In this Burton Group TeleBriefing by Sr. Analyst Richard Monson-Haefel, Web 2.0 will be explained so that the audience has a clear understanding of what Web 2.0 is and is not, and what impact, if any, this new paradigm will have on society and enterprise computing.

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