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Blips / October 2007

Microweb 2.0

Web 2.0 brought the opportunity for creative expression and explosive population of the online world with video content and blogs (among other things, of course). Certainly, the creation of this content has been fueled by the equally voracious consumption of it. And while that consumption is unlikely to cease anytime soon, apparently I’m not the only one growing tired of extensive writing, reading and watching. Check out Tumblr.com (microblogs) and IMinent (video “winks”) for examples of brevity being a new trend for success.
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Microweb 2.0