This is what is Weird Wonderful Web for November 2nd through November 7th:
- Vestigial Organs Seem Ripe for Transhumanist Tweaks – Born helpless, nude and unable to provide for himself, Lore Sjöberg eventually overcame these handicaps to become a mutant, a mutineer and a mutule. (Look it up).
- WTF is Web 3.0? 2.5? or Heck, even Web 2.0? – Albert does “The Next Web”
- Web Semantics Watch: Hyperwords 3.0, with Views – Doug Englebart 3.0. It’s also a FireFox add-on.
- The Fuzzy Tail a play on Chris Anderson’s Long Tail. This is a classic example of the 21st century dictum that, if you can actually explain what you’re doing, you’ve already been outsourced to India.
- Charlie’s Diary: Japan: some impressions – “They’ve got our future, damn it.”
- Mozilla Prism: Refracting The Web Onto Your Desktop | Compiler from Wired.com – Prism allows you to create desktop-like apps out of individual websites.
- A Prayer to Google | Advice and Opinion – Google is my shepherd, I shall not want for page views and ad revenues. It helpeth me find what I seek and leadeth me through the Internet and maketh me pots of money. .
- 24: The Unaired 1994 Pilot – CollegeHumor video – Jack Bauer saves the world with AOL 3.0. And a big reminder of how far we have come since 1994 (only 13 years ago).
- William Gibson: The Rolling Stone 40th Anniversary Interview : Rolling Stone – What are the major challenges we face? Let’s go for global warming, peak oil and ubiquitous computing (?!).
– humor Tech singularity biology
– Agile design longtail technology work
– CharlesStross CharlieStross Japan future Culture SciFi tokyo
– gmail Mozilla Software technology deskapp web2.0 applications