Sitting on the BART train now, heading for the airport after the Web 2.0 Expo, with a head full of ideas.The main idea I got from this week from “the people who know” is that the Web today is being built to be highly accessible and manipulable by everyday people,not just geeks and developers.The crazy thing is, what they’ve built is a Web that is so flexible and easily connectable that it’s nearly self aware. It seems like the rate at which new, instantaneous technologies arise that bond us to our existing and nascent communities is increasing at alarming speed. The next MySpace, Facebook, Twitter, Skype is going to happen tomorrow, and faster and faster after that. The intelligence is being built on top of yesterday’s best intelligence, and it doesn’t look like there’s any end in sight.
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