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September 6, 2005
web2.0 and glocalization
I just wrote a rather lengthy essay on glocalization and Web2.0 that discusses the socio-technical aspects of Web2.0. Most M2M readers are interested in social software; this essay is important if you are interested in understanding how social software is being taken to the next level, building a broader paradigm. I argue that the key to Web2.0 is not technology but a process of designing with glocalization in mind.
Because of its length, i have not copied it to M2M.
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