Wednesday, July 8, 2009

Foundator of Web 2.0 criticizes OpenSocial of Google

Tim O'Reilly, who initiated the term Web 2.0, considered OpenSocial platform developed by Google to attract developers writing applications for social networks is "significant frustration".

It does not open data for the users of this network contact other networks (such as from MySpace to LinkedIn). It also does not allow the search engine on the social network to find the name of friends from other networks.

Photo: Scifi.

"Lack of data sharing is a failure of Web 2.0 technology", O'Reilly wrote on his O'Reilly Media company's blog. "Two basic principles of Web 2.0 is open data and connected applications and services together".

Web 2.0 now is considered to be the revolution in work environment and change how to work because all individuals or organizations can collaborate with each other more closely based on dimensionality information connection.

Research manufacturer Gartner predicted 10 new projects related to cooperation in IT will have up to 6 projects integrate information between the net suppliers, partners and customer care staff. Market for social business network softwares will make revenue up to $226,900,000 in 2007 and increased to $707,700,000 in 2011.

> Find out more about the event "MySpace became a member in OpenSocial network of Google".


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