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

Ellis Godard egodard at csun.edu
Tue Feb 13 11:41:08 PST 2007

Maybe this'll speak to those outside that world (?) - or still inside the
previous one. 

To draw someone out of a box, it's good to start with the window(s) they


> -----Original Message-----
> From: Ulf-Dietrich Reips
> Sent: Tuesday, February 13, 2007 10:25 AM
> Plus, contrary to what the pseudo-ideology and historically false 
> claims of "Web 2.0" (paradigm shift, user is in power, heavily 
> interactive...) says:
> --> this is a VIDEO (sometimes not even readable, because in
> proprietary format, see Paul's posting) and it shows mostly TEXT 
> written and edited by one user (Wesch, I presume) on screens. Brave 
> new world *shiver* ;-)
> Wondering whether the simplicity of the format may just be the 
> crucial point in why this is so attractive to the 'small world' of 
> web2.0.
> Best --u
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