As unlikely as it seems from the outset, I think traditional media companies (TMC) will ultimately rule the web 2.0/New Media space. TMCs will surely become the next VCs.]]>
I understand that these web 2.0 applications can feed into one another but, which one is the most popular and why? I have recently visited Listio.com to share my favorite apps, and everyone can vote and comment on them. Good way to discuss these and learn about new ones!]]>
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That’s very true. All of the aps do mean a loss of a shared channel. While some of them feed into one another (the way Diigo can send bookmarks to Furl, Del.icio.us and others), their multitude can prohibit social networking even while their interfaces facilitate it.
The Cylive platform does bring a lot together as does perhaps Splashcast.]]>
Interesting post! Essentially you are talking about the fragmentation, besides mushrooming, of Web2.0.
Cylive (http://www.cylive.com) is a platform that unifies the space to some extent.]]>