Tag Archives: web augmentation

TechCrunch blasts Digg for bad digital citizenry

Digg‘s DiggBar and VideoEgg‘s new Twig are clobbering each other in the ongoing battle of web augmentation services, a class of user driven services. In Attack of The Frames: VideoEgg Introduces The Twig Ad Bar, Erick Schonfeld blasts the new … Continue reading

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Netizen Developer

There is a low grade market war going on in web augmentation services, part of a huge shift in how developers and users perceive the web. The Web used to be about pages, then applications, followed by mashups. Today the … Continue reading

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Kynetx takes on Structured Browsing

Doc Searls recently brought my attention to a White Paper by Phil Windley, about his company, Kynetx. It does a good job explaining the thinking behind their architecture, and raises some questions that, for me, challenge some underlying assumptions and … Continue reading

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