Monday, August 14, 2006

Technology trends

Nice article about web2.0 and another

"The whole point of Enterprise Web 2.0 is to put best practices for creating Web experiences into the hands of business people, Web designers, and users so that we make the most of the systems, users, and information that we have. For example, the vast, aging inventories of otherwise userful information is one of the bigger wastes in IT today. Web 2.0 encourages us to put it all online, make it user organizable, findable, and to build a community around it."

ArsTechnica:
"Gaming is arguably one of the most interactive and progressive electronic entertainment mediums in existence today. As innovative new gaming concepts stretch the limitations of current technology, developers are looking for unique ways to make games more immersive and engaging. As the cost of producing content increases, and player demand for a broader selection of content continues to escalate, developers are searching for new ways to allow gamers to participate in the creative process, by facilitating player-driven construction and distribution of new content."

Emosiveness:
"emosive (formerly e:sense) is a new service for mobile devices which allows capturing, storing and sharing of fleeting emotional experiences"

Some trends quessed by CNN

"Driven by ubiquitous broadband, cheap hardware, and open-source software, the Web is mutating into a radically different beast than it has been. And that is leading to the creation of entirely new kinds of companies, new business models, and oceans of new opportunity."

2 comments:

NastyOfer said...

Hi!
Thanx for including our "emosive" project as a trend. Would be interesting to hear your further thoughts about it.
Check out our Mossalibra project, which is a video game for clubs, where the players actually generate the game (to fit with another "trend" :)

Ofer

NastyOfer said...

Hi!
Thanx for including our "emosive" project as a trend. Would be interesting to hear your further thoughts about it.
Check out our Mossalibra project, which is a video game for clubs, where the players actually generate the game (to fit with another "trend" :)

Ofer