Web 2.0: Lightweight Models & Cost-Effective Scalability

At some point in time, I believe that everyone wishes to start their own business. You might have a great idea, an amazing product or even something that you love to do. To be able to do so, you would

Web 2.0: Lightweight Models & Cost-Effective Scalability

At some point in time, I believe that everyone wishes to start their own business. You might have a great idea, an amazing product or even something that you love to do. To be able to do so, you would

Web 2.0: Leveraging the long tail

The expansion of the internet has allowed people to contribute a vast variety of content that is tagged with different keyword and aimed at different market or group of people. While the majority of contributors and content creators aim to

Web 2.0: Leveraging the long tail

The expansion of the internet has allowed people to contribute a vast variety of content that is tagged with different keyword and aimed at different market or group of people. While the majority of contributors and content creators aim to

Web 2.0: Perpetual Beta

Before the internet was such an important part in the development life cycle, software was distributed through physical copies which had to be manually installed on the PCs with help of the “wizard”. Important updates to the software or new

Web 2.0: Perpetual Beta

Before the internet was such an important part in the development life cycle, software was distributed through physical copies which had to be manually installed on the PCs with help of the “wizard”. Important updates to the software or new

Web 2.0: Software above the level of a Single Device

The introduction of the iPhone, a smartphone designed and developed by Apple Inc. on June 29, 2007 opened a new window of opportunity for users and developer to create and experience their favorite application on multiple devices. According to an

Web 2.0: Software above the level of a Single Device

The introduction of the iPhone, a smartphone designed and developed by Apple Inc. on June 29, 2007 opened a new window of opportunity for users and developer to create and experience their favorite application on multiple devices. According to an

Web 2.0: Rich User Experience

In the previous weeks, I have discussed the first 3 patterns of Web 2.0 defined by O’Reilly which were harnessing collective intelligence, data the next “Intel Inside” and innovation in assembly. The next Web 2.0 pattern by O’Reilly, “Rich User

Web 2.0: Rich User Experience

In the previous weeks, I have discussed the first 3 patterns of Web 2.0 defined by O’Reilly which were harnessing collective intelligence, data the next “Intel Inside” and innovation in assembly. The next Web 2.0 pattern by O’Reilly, “Rich User

Web 2.0: Innovation in Assembly

With the introduction of HTML and simple programmable scripts, the web was seen as a place where products could be created for users. These websites where considered as a simple web application mimicking the well-established desktop application. With closed system

Web 2.0: Innovation in Assembly

With the introduction of HTML and simple programmable scripts, the web was seen as a place where products could be created for users. These websites where considered as a simple web application mimicking the well-established desktop application. With closed system

Web 2.0: Data the next Intel Inside

“Knowledge is power”, a famous quote by Sir Francis Bacon which states that the more knowledge a person hold the more power he can obtain. This quote is proven to be true even in the business world however, in the

Web 2.0: Data the next Intel Inside

“Knowledge is power”, a famous quote by Sir Francis Bacon which states that the more knowledge a person hold the more power he can obtain. This quote is proven to be true even in the business world however, in the