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Why Web 3.0 is a meaningless term

A couple of months ago when I was spending a few packed days of meetings up and down the 101 in Silicon Valley, several people asked me about Web 3.0. I told them pointedly what I thought, and at the time I determined to write a blog post on why Web 3.0 is a meaningless […]


Web 2.0 in Australia: The birth of Silicon Harbour?

A few initial reflections on the Web 2.0 in Australia event held yesterday… Overall it was a great success, with 100 over invited guests filling the KPMG conference facility, and all requests for invitations having been turned away over the last couple of weeks since we reached capacity. Everything ran smoothly on the day, and […]


Launching the Web 2.0 Framework

[UPDATE:] We have taken the Web 2.0 Framework and applied it to the enterprise in our Implementing Enterprise 2.0 report – You can download Chapter 2 on Web 2.0 and the Enterprise here. Alongside our corporate strategy consulting and research work in the media and technology space, Future Exploration Network has created a Web 2.0 […]


Web 2.0 helps us transcend the tyranny of the email inbox

The Sydney Morning Herald has a very interesting full-page article today by Brad Howarth titled It’s web take 2.0, which delves into some of the business applications of Web 2.0. It covers a broad range of technologies and companies, including social search engine Swicki, scalable virtual world Outback Online, community space Tangler, and Web 2.0 […]


Exhibitionism drives the power of Web 2.0

The power of Web 2.0 is driven by mass participation. High-value outcomes emerge from tapping our collective use of the web. Clicks, links, ratings, tags, and social connections are all used as fodder to “teach the machine” how to give us relevant and personalized information, entertainment, interaction, and applications. Without that rich input from all […]


The Web 2.0 Revolution: keynote speech

I recently did the keynote for an event on Web 2.0 marketing run by Hothouse, a very interesting web house with major clients including News Corporation, Toyota, and Yahoo!7. My 25 minute keynote (and the rest of the event) can be viewed on an online videostream. If you don’t have the patience to watch the […]


Web 2.0 and user filtered content

Tomorrow I’m heading off to the Influence conference run by Phil Sim’s Mediaconnect. The event brings together media and other influencers (I believe I’m labelled a “new media influencer” there) and corporates, discussing current trends in key technology sectors. I’m on the Web 2.0 panel tomorrow, so I thought I’d briefly capture here my introductory […]


Sharing my life story from a virtual perspective

Last week on The Virtual Excellence Show our scheduled guest was not able to make it at short notice, so I thought it would be a good opportunity for me to share my own life story and how it relates to the virtual. For those are familiar with some of my work, the broader frame […]


Book References

Book References: Living Networks This page gives easy access to all the references in Living Networks. Further useful resources and links are available here. Chapter 1 – The Networks Come Alive Chapter 2 – Emerging Technologies Chapter 3 – The New Organization Chapter 4 – Relationship Rules Chapter 5 – Distributed Innovation Chapter 6 – […]


Sun Microsystems Executive Forum

Future of Network Economy – Keynote speaker Ross Dawson Ross Dawson is a widely acclaimed keynote speaker. He has delivered numerous keynotes on the subject of business networking and network economy and is considered one of the most influential thought leaders in this space. Keynote speaker video – Sun Microsystems Executive Forum Recently Ross gave […]