Notes on a web journey

posted on: 18 January 2006

Web 3.0

filed under: @ 16:59:52 by 7colors

An article by Jeffrey Zeldman on A List Apart :

Web 3.0

The development of new technologies on the web is very fast. For me is difficult to keep up with it even if I have to say that I find AJAX interesting. The point for me is always the same: keep things simple and easy to use. Most people have a very basic understanding of web techology and just need to use the Internet to find what they are interested in. The trend factor is stupid and usually brings bad and confusing results. Part of it is also the general way of thinking nowadays: fast consumption, no trace left afterwards. I also think that what will be done properly will stay around and bring a positive effect into that very open, shape-changing reality the web is.



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