A happy 2010 for you all! This week an ode to web 2009, should employers ban Facebook (I think they shouldn’t), is the de-latinisation of the web a bad thing and some practical advice for 2010 on 2.0 adoption.
- Inside India’s CAPTCHA solving economy
No CAPTCHA can survive a human that’s receiving financial incentives
for solving it, and with an army of low-waged India CAPTCHA breakers
- Ode to web 2009
Web 3.0 is all about recommendations, free services, intelligent
(semantic) searches, and information that’s no longer random data, but
tailored, highly intuitive and delivered in real time.
- 2010: Community vs. Ideas. Relationships vs. Causes
An idea can spring you into motion. A community provides support but does not imply neither intrinsic value nor deep knowledge.
- de-latinisation of the web (a bad thing?)
Unwise decision by ICANN? Non-latin domain names lead to name collisions, phishing opportunities
- Should Employers Ban Facebook? New Report Suggests Annual Productivity Loss Costs Billions
While Facebook generates less than a billion a year in revenue, it’s
impressive just how much use of the service costs employers each year.
- Top 7 Disruptions of the Year
- Ten Technologies That Will Rock 2010
- Practical Advice for 2010 on 2.0 Adoption
- Wipe The Slate Clean For 2010, Commit Web 2.0 Suicide
- The Top 5 Web Technologies of the Decade
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