Great post on Web 2.0 and the possibilities it presents for the 1.0 world of librarians over at ALA Techsource, a client of ours.

However, this is where the Web is headed (hopefully they'll work out the accessibility issues), which is why it's called "Web 2.0." It's important to recognize what this evolution means, because it will eventually become the foundation for future Web applications that ordinary users interact with every day. The Web is becoming an operating system right before our eyes, and it's pretty cool to watch it unfold.


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