Last week was the Web 2.0 Summit in San Francisco, and it seemed to leave many attendies unimpressed. Dan Farber from ZDnet was left hungry for more innovation:
“Many people I talked to identified a lack of big innovations, little companies with features but not products, too many products crowding the same space, too many startups trying to horn into MySpace and the lack of sizzle from the hand-picked companies that demoed their products in public and paid their appearance fee. But, it’s hard to put down the fact that a lot of energy and creativity is at work, even if most of it won’t make the cut.”
He, and many others also touch upon the Web 3.0 article from yesterday’s times, though Robert Scoble had the most fun with it.