Many of this year's choices are shining examples of Web 2.0: next-generation sites offering dynamic new ways to inform and entertain, sites with cutting-edge tools to create, consume, share or discuss all manners of media, from blog posts to video clips.
I loved the BBC's feature on this asking viewers to list any sites they thought TIME had missed or that should be on the list.
Mmmm now let me see....
[edited by: Visit_Thailand at 1:12 pm (utc) on Aug. 16, 2006]
11:20 am on Aug 17, 2006 (gmt 0)
From what I've seen from the Web 2.0 descriptions, I find it shallow. Seems like more marketing gibberish to get companies to spend more on nothing and vaporware. They make it sound like a technology but it really is a shift in trends as in the 1990s way of "doing the Internet" and the 2000s flavour.