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October 06, 2005

Your stuff and your mix

TWO ABSOLUTES of Web 2.0, according to Tantek Celik of Technorati:

  1. You control your own data. You should be able to move it around, mix and match data services.
  2. Data sits in open data formats and works with open protocols. It should be web-friendly, easily downloadable, and highly interoperable.

J.D. Lasica -- "Web 2.0 Day 1"


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And about time too.

Such premises make the likes of BaseCamp (not to single them out, they are but one example highly touted as being one of teh fore-runners of Web 2.0) un-Web 2.0 - they control youe data on theie servers. If they decide to shut you out or close down what good is your data?

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