The Future of VoIP & Web Apps

5 thoughts on “The Future of VoIP & Web Apps”

  1. Seems that Web 1.0 had the goal to “change the world”

    Web 2.0 has the goal “change the web”

    Two very different things. More “change the world” projects would make Web 2.0 a lot more interesting, and perhaps relevent to a larger group of people.

    Of course, most of the “change the world” projects failed spectacularly, wheras even a moderate changing of the web can keep a company in business.

  2. Great podcast, Om. The integration of Voice with consumer and business apps is an area that has not received adequate attention, but will following this podcast.

  3. New industries? Too early to tell, perhaps. But the whole DIY thing is exploding.

    I am trying to bundle or somehow group a suite of Blogosphere 4.0 tools for the New Super Blogs that I envision: multi-media, multi-tasking, hyper-interactive blogs that may also serve as micro-portals.

    I include such items as Swicki custom search engines, Pollhost online surveys, Bloglet email updates, Odeo podcasts, Skype VoIP, Audacity, etc.

    I believe that bloggers must consider the possibility of moving far beyond dopey “digital journals” and go into deeper realms of functionality and user benefit.

  4. Great podcast.

    I’m part of a team of ex-Yahoo!’s from the old days (the ’90s) who have a stealth mode company in this space.

    We’re pleased to see that our ideas might be appreciated.

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