Martin thinks the Web 2.0 definition by Tim is limiting

Update: Some responses can be found here:
a cumulative Web 2.0 definition …
Via John Hagel and Netzlernen

I just read Martin’s latest post. He thinks that the current definition of Web 2.0 is missing the following points:

a strong, microcontent-based semantic/semiotic momentum (> metacontent) are coming together.

equally important is the evolution of a new kind of dynamic interfaces („point of presence“ in a metaphoric sense), which really are generating a whole new kind of relation between the subject and the web. The Web 2.0-Interface is neither a window nor a cockpit anymore.

and this has to do with a new kind of constructing subjectivity with / in „the media“ (keyword „life caching“, or what i like to call „externalization“ – not only of knowledge and intelligence, bot of subjectivity itself.)

Martin could you go into more detail regarding these points? It remains quite abstract for me for now, but I am eager to know more about your thoughts.

See also:
More Web 2.0. questions
Emily Chang’s eHub

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2 Gedanken zu „Martin thinks the Web 2.0 definition by Tim is limiting

  1. martin

    hi roger, i’ll try to do that in the next days. true, for each point a posting would be needed, and i still do not know what to write in these. at present i just desperately to try to keep pace, like scribbling it down without even really looking at the screen. just busy setting up the new microlearning.org-homepage, which will have a blog, a TiddlyWiki on all subjects „micro“ (incl. web 2.0 of course) and coverage of the conference. i count on you for the envisioned online micro-network …

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  2. Roger

    Hi Martin,
    Count on me:)
    As for the blog, wouldn’t it be great to aggregate a category „microcontent“ of existing blogs? Or work via „tagging“.

    What’s up for the book btw?

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