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Wednesday, July 06, 2005

» O'Reilly: Web 2.0 to be built on the backs of hackers

According to O'Reilly, the new killer apps are all using open source software, pointing to the biggest brands on the Internet like Google and Yahoo. From this he sees the Web 2.0 platform emerging and taking the shape of small pieces loosely joined. 'It has no central control point, just rules for interoperability,' he said. He described it by saying that it’ll be designed so that 'independent actors' can easily extend it with low barriers to experimentation. Also key to the platform is that interoperable components can be easily switched out if better one comes along, said O'Reilly.

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