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the card of choice.

   

curious: go here

and here

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my original blog post

  

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add notes with plain urls for your fav sites. see fullsize image.

chinese links may be removed here and added in the chinese version. thanks

 

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german version of the map

chinese version

korean version

 

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X - game over

 

Updated version of this chart.

 

More details on my blog: Game Web 2.Over?

 

Update: Four additional things you should know about this work:

1. This image is an update of a well-known earlier work which was created in 2006.

2. I have updated the image for the sake of accuracy, and not to call fail on Web 2.0. This is similar to redrawing a map which features Prussia - an interesting historical artefact, but you wouldn't want to navigate by it.

3. The original creator of the web 2.0 logo collage made the decision about which companies to include or exclude, based on his own criteria (which I don't know, but could be success, buzz, logo design or something else).

4. Because of this, it should be completely obvious that this list of companies wasn't comprehensive at the time (there were many more web 2.0 startups at the time that weren't featured) and isn't now (there are hundreds of exciting and successful startups which have launched since 2006 and which aren't featured). Many things on the internet are subjective and selective. The original collage was one. If your/favourite company isn't featured above, sorry; this is why.

 

If anyone would like to make a new collage of startups in this genre for 2009, I've made an additional version with blank spaces in:

 

www.flickr.com/photos/meg/3537830117/

 

There are plenty of interesting companies which could fill those gaps!

 

If you do something with it, I'd be very interested to see it - please post the link in the comments.

Ludwig Gatzke put this collage of Web 2.0 logos together. flickr.com/people/stabilo-boss/

Font Shop did a little blog entry naming some of the fonts that the Web 2.0 logos used.

www.fontshop.com/fontfeed/archives/web-20-logos.cfm

An overview of Enterprise 2.0 concepts.

 

Read the related post: What is Enterprise 2.0?.

This is a free to use mind map until you mention the source : webosphere.wordpress.com

You can contact me at webosphere @ gmail dot com for any suggestion !

Thanks

David had the idea, Amber did the execution perfectly. It'll be for sale in about 10 minutes. O'Reilly C&D in about 15 minutes. UPDATE: It's ON!

Une vue d'ensemble de l'Entreprise 2.0.

 

Le billet qui va avec est ici : Qu'est-ce que l'Entreprise 2.0 ?.

yeah i know... we're a web2.0 colors wannabe. what-EV-ur.

100% user created content.

The guys from eBoy once again released a great pixel art poster - this time it’s all about web 2.0.

We've been pleased overall with the service we've received from Compass Bank, but their recent redesign goes way, way overboard with the Web 2.0 graphic design clichés. This might help.

Карта сервисов Веб2.0 создана при помощи сервиса bubbls.us

The outcome of a short late-night brainstorming session on the characteristics of a Web2.0 business model. The reflections are based on what I write at my business model design blog

Cartographie du e-tourisme 2.0

I;ve been thinking a lot about how to explain the web2.0 concept, to those unfamiliar with a lot of the topics / buzzwords. I've created this image as a way to gather my thoughts. Your feedback is welcome / appreciated. The map was inspired by/based on this one: www.flickr.com/photos/kenlee/27561661/

This picture is sent by PPTlog script from Powerpoint to Flickr.

The third wave is using the Internet not to supliment, but to build communities. A whole new way to share!

 

X-Axis

At zero, on the line it's pure research, just like the protocols or tools that were developed early, such as e-mail, ftp or tcp. It's not definitive by the way, there are plenty of other things that I could jam onto the graph, it'd just be impossible to read, or make the graphic prohibitively large. On the positive side, or toward the top, it's commercial events, applications, etc. Negative, or toward the bottom, I'm suggesting it's events, applications, etc. that humanise the internet. It's not a definitive graph by the way, and the location in some instances are only to make it legible, not to demonstrate just how biased the instance is. It does give you an idea of the change in bias though.

 

Y-Axis

Time.

 

I first gave this presentation in 2004. You can find the archive here.

pixelspread.com/work for wallpaper sizes

 

feel free to request sizes

Tongue-in-cheek: a basic web2.0 business model health check ;-)

 

You can find more thinking on business design, web2.0 etc. on my blog at:

Business Model

Design Blog

 

and more about my consulting work on business models & strategic concepts on my website at:

Business Model

Design

  

学习Zheng的《学习Web2.0》系列文章的笔记

And even though Flickr has strong competion, it is still going strong!

 

We just hope it stays inside Yahoo ; )

 

Image credit:

Ross Dawson.

 

Panorama de 10 ans d'évolution des interfaces web

WEB 2.0 is Hot and on the rise in popularity. We the people now have a voice online, before we didn't...

 

Simply Amazing...

A version of Monopoly but changed to be web 2 point oh. Based on www.stephentaylor.ca/monopoly/1280.jpg .

type brooklyn style

I find an inspiration for this "t-shitr" on site web 2.0 tshirts and here.

I hope that you like it ;-)

A word cloud of definitions proposed by Robert Scoble, Beth Kanter, Chris Heuer, Stowe Boyd, Brian Solis, Ben Parr, Anthony Mayfield and many more. See also blog.metaroll.com/2008/11/14/what-is-social-media-a-not-s...

The first wave of the Internet. Organizations built the basic infrastructure.

 

X-Axis

At zero, on the line it's pure research, just like the protocols or tools that were developed early, such as e-mail, ftp or tcp. It's not definitive by the way, there are plenty of other things that I could jam onto the graph, it'd just be impossible to read, or make the graphic prohibitively large. On the positive side, or toward the top, it's commercial events, applications, etc. Negative, or toward the bottom, I'm suggesting it's events, applications, etc. that humanise the internet. It's not a definitive graph by the way, and the location in some instances are only to make it legible, not to demonstrate just how biased the instance is. It does give you an idea of the change in bias though.

 

Y-Axis

Time.

 

I first gave this presentation in 2004. You can find the archive here.

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