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Andrew Krespanis <[log in to unmask]>
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At its core, Web2.0 is community content over corporate content.
Bringing techy acronyms into the mix only waters this down.

For examples of this, you merely need investigate Yahoos acquisitions
over the last 12 months -- del.icio.us, flickr.com, upcoming.org --
none of them contain content provided by the site's administrators.

Seeing as the infiltration of information regarding the dot-com bubble
v.2 doesn't seem as pervasive on this list as other circles in which I
mix, may I recommend reading Jeffrey Zeldman's aListApart article as
an alternative view on the topic:
http://www.alistapart.com/articles/web3point0

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Andrew Krespanis

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