Posts with a web2.0 theme
Twitter and FriendFeed are full of self-referential debates about the future shape of micro-blogging and lifestreaming, but how and when will these tools begin to be used outside the geeky echo chamber?
The latest Pew report suggests 41% of people are not engaging with Web 2.0. Good thing? Bad thing? Not sure … but we certainly need a better way of getting second wave adopters on the bus in enterprise 2.0 projects.
Demos/Patient Opinion seminar about the importance of democratising data and voice in engaging with patients and other stakeholders
Good interview with Patient Opinion’s Paul Hodgkin about the project
The UK has been suspended from the Techcrunch universe for attempted journalism. The Foreign Office are currently in negotiations with the State Department and the Queen is likely to apologise in the hope that we can be allowed back in 😉
The ideas behind so-called Web 2.0 offer some useful pointers for organisations trying to break out of traditional consultation and participation methods using social technology to underpin a more distributed many-to-many approach
A buzzword in its prime, Web 2.0 is a loose label for a variety of tools, techniques and services that are coming together to humanise the web in new and exciting ways … but is it really new?