Google Wave is coming soon! – Part I

Google Wave was launched on the 28th May, 2009 at the ‘Google’s I/O Developer conference’ in San Francisco. It has been developed by a team working in Sydney, Australia. Which consist of two brothers, Jens and Lars Rasmussen and has Stephanie Hannon as the lead project manager, all of whom were previously involved in Google … Continue reading Google Wave is coming soon! – Part I

Encarta bit by Wikipedia: Another triumph for Web 2.0

Microsoft announces the closure of Encarta later this year after losing ground over the years to freely available reference material on the Internet and on web sites like Wikipedia. "People today seek and consume information in considerably different ways than in years past," the software maker said in a notice posted on its MSN website. … Continue reading Encarta bit by Wikipedia: Another triumph for Web 2.0

Choice Part 7: Bite the hand that feeds you

I meant to blog about this last week but bank-holiday-weekend-fever caught up with me. 1st May was RSS Day - aimed at raising awareness of feeds and how they can be used to stay connected to websites that interest you. I've blogged before about the topic and said then we'd be introducing more feeds in … Continue reading Choice Part 7: Bite the hand that feeds you

It’s a serious business

Technology, and especially the Web, is a fast moving environment and it's sometimes hard to know where to keep up to date with the latest news. Two sites I subscribe to are TechCrunch and GigaOM which both feature news and analysis about Web 2.0 products, services and companies. They cover similar material, often batting to … Continue reading It’s a serious business