Internet: The Top 10 lies of Web 2.0

The Technology Chronicles at have a nice short write up with their opinion on Web 2.0. They have created a list of Top 10 lies of the Web 2.0 that contains the following:

  • 1. We learned our lesson last time.
  • 2. This is not a bubble.
  • 3. It’s all about community and sharing.
  • 4. Online advertising will pay for everything.
  • 5. These sites are so easy, my mother could use them.
  • 6. The analysts are trustworthy now.
  • 7. There’s no glut of social networks — young people are always up for trying something new.
  • 8. Our site is still in Beta.
  • 9. We’re different from all those other sites.
  • 10. We look forward to working with our new partners at Google.

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