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The Co-Inventor of XML, Sun's Tim Bray, Speaks Out On Blogging, Web 2.0, XML, and the Future

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TerminologicallySpeaking 05/27/06 02:37:36 AM EDT

Bray speaks here of 'writeable web' as being one useful alternative to "Web 2.0" - isn;t he also the one who talks of it as being a "read-write web"? Certainly both phrases are more nuanced than "Web 2.0."

Good News 05/27/06 02:07:51 AM EDT

Interesting what Bray says about 'The Perfect Storm' currently engulfing the intersecting world of software and Sun's great advantage!