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Forbes Column 08: Connecting With Your Intimate Bot

Posted on Friday, Jan 4th 2008

I just started writing a column on Forbes. Here’s the first one: Connecting You With Your Intimate Bot.

This segment is a part in the series : Forbes Column 08

. Connecting With Your Intimate Bot
. The Gap in Google's Defenses
. A Recession-Proof Corner of the Tech Sector
. eBay's Bounce-Back Opportunity
. How To Dig Out Yahoo's Treasures
. The Microsoft-Yahoo! Battle Plan
. What Microsoft Should Do While Yahoo! Dithers
. The Next VMWare
. The Smartest Unknown Indian Entrepreneur
. The Coming Death of Indian Outsourcing
. India - Cash Rich, Product Poor
. How to Save the World's Back Office
. Latin America's eCommerce Leader
. The Next Indo-China War
. The Real VCs of Silicon Valley
. Fund Envy
. Bootstrap Yourself
. The Coming Convergence
. Lighting The Way In India
. Hydro-Alchemy
. How Amazon Could Change Publishing
. A Technological Fix For Education
. How Technology Can Save Retailers
. Mobile Microfinance
. How To Heat Up Solar
. How Chip Toolmakers Can Survive
. Kill The Business Trip
. Water Firm Enlivens IPO Market
. Web-Savvy Authors Reap Fame, Fortune
. Peeking Inside the iPhone
. Bootstrapping, Montana Style
. Entrepreneurs Flock To Online Travel
. Silicon Lazarus
. Carts Ahead Of Horses
. Weapon Of Mass Reconstruction
. Barack Obama' s Finance Lesson
. Stimulus Package For Entrepreneurs
. Building A Smarter Corporation
. Deconstructing The Cloud
. 'SaaS-ing' Back At The Economy
. Web 3.0
. My Adventure With Amazon
. An S.O.S. To Silicon Valley
. OLPC’s Last Billion
. Capitalism Revisited
. Bargains For Private Equity
. President Obama
. Perilous Protectionism
. Healing Health Care
. Stop The Fear Epidemic
. Obama
. 'Edutainment' Needs Entrepreneurs

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nice… at first i thought it was on Forbes, about the mag, but, in, nice

the web 2.0 companies trying to make a wall around their world, and 3.0 being everything connected to everything, the shaking out will be very interesting…

open-everything is going to win, wouldn’t you guess?

gregory Friday, January 4, 2008 at 12:29 PM PT

not necessarily. the organizing principle is not “open”, it is “user experience”.


Sramana Mitra Friday, January 4, 2008 at 1:02 PM PT

Really enjoyed the article.

Web 2.0 and the emergence of digital media solutions (both software and hardware) continue to shake media giants to their foundation. Video content and access are imparative to gain eyeballs.

Web 3.0 takes the impact that has been felt in the media world to other verticals. Many industries will feel the pain (and opportunity) being imposed on the media world.

Don’t you just love the web!

Jaafer Haidar Friday, January 4, 2008 at 2:44 PM PT

and “user experience” in “3.0” comes from interconnection between different realms, domains, services, kingdoms, functions….. inter-operatbility…. meaning facebook is effectively open to myspace, for example… endlessly…

gregory Friday, January 4, 2008 at 10:35 PM PT

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