Archive for October, 2005

Toni Schneider’s Blog » Are Companies Really Getting Cheaper to Build?

admin 31st of October 2005 by admin

Toni Schneider’s Blog » Are Companies Really Getting Cheaper to Build?

Online networking clicks among friends / And investors sense profits from Web sites linking people

admin 26th of October 2005 by admin

Online networking clicks among friends / And investors sense profits from Web sites linking people

ITNorthWest Voice: The Search!

admin 25th of October 2005 by admin

ITNorthWest Voice: The Search!

Web2.0 Ireland in safe hands....

EarlyStageVC: Web 2.0 Needs Business Model 2.0

admin 25th of October 2005 by admin

EarlyStageVC: Web 2.0 Needs Business Model 2.0

O’Reilly Radar > VC Pitches in the Web 2.0 era

admin 20th of October 2005 by admin

O’Reilly Radar > VC Pitches in the Web 2.0 era

Great post from Tim O’Reilly on the web2.0 investment bubble….

TechCrunch » Top Five Web 2.0 Venture Capitalists

admin 20th of October 2005 by admin

TechCrunch » Top Five Web 2.0 Venture Capitalists

Good list…

» Innovation 2.0: Why Web 2.0 companies might have to flip to avoid being flopped | Between the Lines | ZDNet.com

admin 18th of October 2005 by admin

» Innovation 2.0: Why Web 2.0 companies might have to flip to avoid being flopped

food for thought……..

Mary Meeker presentation – Web2.0 event

admin 12th of October 2005 by admin

Check out this presentation – some great data points.

Morgan Stanley

Web 2.0 Acid Test

admin 2nd of October 2005 by admin

As we prepare for the Web2.0 conference, Tim O’Reilly has a great article on “What is Web2.0″.

(btw, I always guessed Tim had Irish blood…)

Ian Kennedy of Yahoo has a great summary on Tim’s article, as well as the “web2.0 company acid test”

* Services, not packaged software, with cost-effective scalability
* Control over unique, hard-to-recreate data sources that get richer as more people use them
* Trusting users as co-developers
* Harnessing collective intelligence
* Leveraging the long tail through customer self-service
* Software above the level of a single device
* Lightweight user interfaces, development models, AND business models