Wow I haven’t seen anything this brilliant in the realm of anonymous venting since I first stumbled upon the now defunct justatip.com. This site lets you tell the world exactly what you think about your boss, all the while keeping your name and his name out of it. Brilliant.
It works like this, you tell your story and categorize your boss. Then others get to chime in with comments or simple votes to let you know if you’re overreacting or if you’re right on the money. This is Web2.0 at it’s finest.
TechCrunch put together an great documentary: Web 2.0: The 24 Minute Documentary. Michael Arrington sat down execs from some of Web 2.0′s hottest companies. Hear it first hand from people that get the point.
The Japanese are something else. Apparently this monster is on sale now…at a price of $315,000. I mean, every kid (and me) dreams of this, but to go out and build a life size one is something else. The price makes it a little unreachable, but I could see your local paint ball center adding a Mech Battle complex.
It seems that Wall Street is trying to get their minds around Web 2.0. Will the adults ever get the point? Is there a point? This article mentions several of of the more famous Web 2.0 sites as well as gives a little information about their founders. It then goes into quite a bit more about Digg.com.
Besides being an interesting read, the article really brought out two glaring truths. There’s a lot of VC capital for Web 2.0 startups, but people are particularly fickle when it comes to their Web 2.0.