Dion Hinchcliffe – summary of his blog posts


This is summary of some recent blog posts of Dion Hinchcliffe – for faster browsing through his great blog posts on Web 2.0! I have generated this summary using Yahoo Pipes.

  • Social Aggregators Emerge To Manage Digital Lifestyles

    Wednesday, 19 March 2008 2:48 P GMT-05

    It’s beginning to look like 2008 might be the year of the social aggregator as users begin to employ these emerging new tools to better manage and track their various online relationships, both personal and professional. …..

  • Social Aggregators Emerge To Manage Digital Lifestyles

    It’s beginning to look like 2008 might be the year of the social aggregator as users begin to employ these emerging new tools to better manage and track their various online relationships, both personal and professional.  The introduction of these new Web applications, such as Friendfeed , Socialthing! , Spokeo , Second Brain , and Iminta , are making it easy for users to keep track of what their friends are doing online while simultaneously demonstrating that there are compelling alternatives to being…

  • The Social Graph: Issues and Strategies in 2008

    One of the hottest topics in the online world in the last couple of years has been the growth of social networking services such as Facebook and MySpace , as well as the addition of a social element to existing user experiences.  Despite riding several waves of hype, it’s now clear that the social networking space will only get hotter in 2008 according to most watchers.  Social software has come fully into its own as of 2008 — for all appearances permanently — and understanding the reasons for this…

  • Web 2.0 Predictions for 2008

    It’s the first work day of the new year and I thought I’d take some time to offer up my predictions for what will happen on the leading edge of the Internet this year.  2007 saw Web 2.0 — defined here as the pervasive two-way Web used for social media , mashups , user-powered Web applications , and social networking — go far more mainstream than it had in 2006.  Web 2.0 poster children like MySpace, Facebook, and YouTube pushed their way into the top 10 Web sites globally and stayed there for…

  • The Enterprise 2.0 Conference: Web 2.0 Continues Its Move To The Workplace
  • It’s the second day of the Enterprise 2.0 Conference here at the Boston waterfront.  Yesterday was the workshop day for the event as well as the much-ballyhooed showdown between Andrew McAfee and Tom Davenport, the original point of disagreement around the real impact of Enterprise 2.0 which I’ve covered before .  Today the main conference sessions begin and a quick look at the show program tells you that an all-star cast of Enterprise 2.0 folks has been assembled here. I was fortunate enough to…
  • Social Media Goes Mainstream

    While some will dispute what mainstream is defined as exactly — with my own personal favorite being when my grandparents and their grandchildren both are doing whatever is under discussion — the rise of consumer-powered media platforms has all the hallmarks of being something that’s not only here to stay, but something that’s increasingly pushing everything else off the stage.  Yes, I’m talking about blogs, but also wikis and every other kind of two-way, user controlled participation tool…

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