Robert Scoble über das Web 2010

Robert Scoble hat sich Gedanken gemacht, was aus seiner Sicht wichtige Elemente des Internets im nächsten Jahr sein werden:

Why Kara Swisher and Walt Mossberg are wrong about naming Web 3.0 “Web 3.0″

  1. Real Time. Google caught the Wave of that trend today BIG TIME.
  2. Mobile. Google, again, caught that wave big time Wednesday when it handed Android phones to everyone at its IO conference.
  3. Decentralized. Does Microsoft or Twitter demonstrate that trend? Not really well.
  4. Pre-made blocks. I call this “copy-and-paste” programming. Google nailed it with its Web Elements (I’ll add a few of those next week).
  5. Social. Oh, have you noticed how much more social the web is? The next two days I’m hanging out on an aircraft carrier with a few people who do social media for the Navy.
  6. Smart. Wolfram Alpha opened a lot of people’s eyes to what is possible in new smart displays of information.
  7. Hybrid infrastructure. At the Twitter Conference this week lots of people were talking about how they were using both traditional servers along with cloud-based approaches from Amazon and Rackspace to store, study, and process the sizeable datasets that are coming through Twitter, Facebook, and friendfeed.

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