Duh 2.0

August 17, 2007 at 12:16 am Leave a comment

How nice. Finally some people are waking up to the fact that web2.0 is sort of a hype consisting of stuff that has been around for a lot longer, except that you got some more bandwidth and the fact that your granny might be on the interweb too.

I congratulate the analysts at Gartner who caution wild marketing sprees into the virtual and web2.0 worlds without any understanding for the channels used, and construed based on the mere pressure of: “crap, we need something on second life, cuz the others do too.” Come on, we’ve had this thing happen before. Let’s not make bubbles where no bubbles are due.

Read the article here:

http://news.com.com/Gartner+Risky+business+in+virtual+worlds/2100-1043_3-6201899.html

or in German:

http://www.zdnet.de/itmanager/kommentare/0,39023450,39157048,00.htm

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Entry filed under: business, companies, Consumer, duh 2.0, hype, Insight, madness, Market, worst practice.

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