[Air-l] Web 2.0 - "the machine is us?"

Denise N. Rall denrall at yahoo.com
Wed Feb 14 15:25:32 PST 2007


> Web 1.0 and Web 2.0 -- and, now, Web 3.0 -- are
> oversimplified stage
> markers, maybe yes. But that that doesn't mean they
> don't signify important
> stages of development in social networking. To me
> "social networking" has
> been around since the advent of email discussion

Uh, this will sound naive, but is Web 2.0 actually
using larger system implentations Internet2 (IPv6) or
is it traveling on the same IPv4 platform as the WWW
today?

Cheers, Denise



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