la web del 2007
El escritorio lleno de apuntes interesantes y poco tiempo para explayarme al respecto de temas como: Web y Conocimiento. Rogamos disculpar la síntesis. Pero, al menos ayuda a una lectura más selectiva y enfocada.
- There are 200 million blogs which are no longer being updated, say technology analysts. (Artículo de las 100 cosas que no sabíamos en el 2005. Vía BBC).
- Mr Wales [says…] computer formula approach used by reigning search engines such as Google and Yahoo was “broken” and said his Wikia company was bent on developing “something radically new”. “It is broken for the same reason that proprietary software is always broken,” Mr Wales wrote. “Lack of freedom, lack of community, lack of accountability, lack of transparency. Here, we will change all that.” (Wales fundador de Wikipedia quiere desarrollar un motor de búsqueda social, superior a Google o Yahoo. Vía News.com.au).
- Michel Bauwens is the founder of the Foundation For Peer To Peer Alternatives, and a strong advocate of how peer to peer is not simply a technology, but a new way of living. He is the founder of the the wiki around which the Foundation is promotes and evangelizes its activities, which contains over 2000 pages of information and resources on all aspects of peer to peer culture. (Entrevistas a Bauwens en videos sobre la filosofìa de las redes de colaboración. Vía Masternewmedia).
- Ranking de los 926 sitios de la era de la Web con mayor tráfico del 2006. (Seth Godin’s Web 2.0 Traffic Watch List. Vía Alexaholic).
- Seely Brown said. “I’m not saying that knowledge is socially constructed, but our understanding of that knowledge is socially constructed.” (Futurist: To fix education, think Web 2.0. Vía News.com).
- [Web 3.0…] goal is to add a layer of meaning on top of the existing Web that would make it less of a catalog and more of a guide — and even provide the foundation for systems that can reason in a human fashion. That level of artificial intelligence, with machines doing the thinking instead of simply following commands… Creating a layer of meaning for information is the logical next step for web applications. (Coming Soon: Web 3.0. Vía Assortedstuff).
- The Gartner analysts said that during the middle of next year the number of blogs will level out at about 100 million. The firm has said that 200 million people have already stopped writing their blogs. (Blogging ‘set to peak next year’. Vía BBC).