Tuesday, May 22, 2007

Taking Pogue beyond user-generated content

posted by Andy Leff
I was catching up on some blog reading last week, and this post by David Pogue -- one of my favorite tech writers on NYTimes.com -- caught my eye.

In his post, Pogue says many Web 2.0 and user-generated content capabilities are still waiting to be discovered. He spins a few ideas of his own, such as a site where people can report what sickness they're coming down with, and where they live, so other people can determine if germs are heading their way.

Interesting stuff, but there's much more to Web 2.0 than user-generated content. Read my response to Pogue's post for the full download. And don't forget to leave your comments for me here!

Labels: , , ,

This page is powered by Blogger. Isn't yours?