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Steve Jobs had said that “everything around you, was made up by people that were no smarter than you. And you can change it. You can influence it. You can build your own things that people can use.” Jobs’ vision was to build a phone that not only serves as a communication device, but is […]
In the previous blog, I have discussed three Web2.0 patterns that was defined by O’Reilly: Harnessing collective Intelligence, Data is the next “Intel Inside” and Innovation in assembly. This week I am going to blog about the next Web2.0 pattern, which is “Rich User Experience”. Websites nowadays has the ability to combine new technologies to […]
Innovation in assembly is one of the key web2.0 principle that O’Reilly mentioned. Why waste time building a new service when there are already a lot of components and multiple platforms available online these days? Through assembling abundant components,new platforms can be created to provide a valuable service with innovation to benefit users, which we […]