9 responses to “Web 2.0 : What does it really mean ?”

  1. Ole Brandenburg

    I see that you are interested in Web 2.0 services and personalized start pages. Have you tried http://www.pageflakes.com already? It’s a similar service but offers additional features such as multiple pages and a larger number of modules and feeds.


  2. Marquee

    The first analysis can be argued whether the “general population” is good at picking relevant articles for the rest of us instead of industry experts. People with more time on their hands are the ones who have time to vote and rank websites and not get paid for it. I think even those are skewed. This isn’t much of an argument for or against the “web 2.0” concept. Just my 2 cents.

  3. Vishnu

    good reading. but seems like i’ve read this article somewhere.. i am not sure, maybe i read an article on similar context :/

  4. drg

    smooth flowing browsing is 2.0, target=_blank is not

  5. Nirmal

    Hey Pallab,
    Nice article, thanks for sharing.
    I would like to point out one thing. Your conception of opening links in new windows is wrong. I too had the same thought when i started my blogging not to direct visitors to other sites. But it is actually wrong, many web designers and bloggers insist on opening links in same window.
    I have written about it in my blog. If interested you can check it out.