new Web 2.0 Journal site

Dion Hinchcliffe, the Editor-in-Chief of the brand new Web 2.0 Journal site has posted his launch piece today. Congrats Dion!:

"Though it's a complex and often subtle topic - and recognizing that Web 2.0 definitions vary across the community - we believe "Web 2.0" captures the current spirit of innovation in online software. Web 2.0 also heralds the arrival of a new all-encompassing platform for delivering applications and content that also subsumes our existing systems within it; this platform is the now-pervasive World Wide Web. And while some may dislike the term itself, we believe it's useful, broadly recognizable shorthand for the exciting new things that are happening in the online software world today."

He's got some pretty darn good contributors lined up too...David Heinemeier Hansson (Mr Ruby on Rails) and, er, yours truly 😉

Brilliant contributors! ;-)



Comments (2)
  1. Thanks for the kind words and the mention Alex.

    And I can’t wait to see an article proposal from you. Maybe something intriguing about Live Software?

    Drop me a line at



    Sphere of Influence

    Web 2.0 Journal

Comments are closed.

Skip to main content