Web 2.0 as the Era of Interfaces

You know you have trouble when people start calling something a “buzzword” and a lot of folks have been calling “Web 2.0″ a buzzword lately. I don’t think it is one, or rather I think that what it refers to is a real thing. If we end up calling it something else, that’s fine, but […]

You know you have trouble when people start calling something a “buzzword” and a lot of folks have been calling “Web 2.0″ a buzzword lately. I don’t think it is one, or rather I think that what it refers to is a real thing. If we end up calling it something else, that’s fine, but I believe that we’re seeing a huge shift right now: to the Era of Interfaces. (which may or may not be a buzzword in itself).

In this Era of Interfaces:

Those are a few of my posts dealing with this “era of interfaces”. Many more folks are writing about these sorts of issues, and I’m really glad about that. Just yesterday Richard MacManus wrote: Defining Web 2.0: The Community Way, which adds nicely to the conversation.

Buzzword, or not? | Bokardo Interface

Published: August 1st, 2005

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