Jul 242006

Ed Yourdon

I had a great interview with Ed Yourdon last week. Ed has put together a summary of our conversation on his blog.

I’ve also put a post together to respond to the experience Ed had with his Naymz Google ad. This lives over on the Naymz blog. It covers a bit about how Google ads works in general (of course the real system is a black box to us, but we make good guesses at it).

One of the things that I did discuss with Ed was some of my fairly contenous thoughts about the Web 2.0 technology. I’ll be covering that deeper in a post this afternoon as well as my thoughts on what Web 2.0 really is and what I see for Web 3.0.

We also discussed in detail identity management and more importantly identity trust. This is one part of our conversation that Ed skipped over and I think it was mainly because it is a problem that hasn’t been solved yet by Naymz or anyone. It is a tough problem that consumes something like 15-20% of my cycles on a constant basis. One of the major reasons is because I hate SPAM. But more on that later this week I think.

For now, check out Ed’s entry and feel free to send me thoughts and comments with your take on Web 2.0.

  One Response to “My interview with Ed Yourdon”

  1. Don’t you hate spam to?

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