Las 4C de la Web2.0

Me pareció muy buena la analogía y resúmen de Vinu sobre la web2.0 en cuatro conceptos que comienzan con C:

Contenido
Conectividad
Comunidad
Comercio

Y en plan metáfora, dice que Internet es un auto, el contenido el conductor, la conectividad el motor, la comunidad los pasajeros y el comercio la bujía.. que una vez que el coche arranca, tampoco es 100% necesaria. Aunque no estoy de acuerdo en esto ultimo de que no necesitas un modelo cuando el “coche arranca” porque como se pagaría la conectividad o los desarrollos… pero, me gustó mucho el resúmen en general.

6 thoughts on “Las 4C de la Web2.0”

  1. Thanks for quoting me :-) and was able to read your thoughts on due to babelfish (translated it from spanish to english!)

    Your last comment on whether something can really be free – I think they will eventually become so within a decade. Everything will become ‘OPEN’

    1. Content – open content something like wikipedia and we bloggers are already doing
    2. Connectivity – open here also e.g FON. It will something like TV or radio – basically a commodity
    3. Community – open community => you might not think of community being open / closed. But if you look at it – there are lots of sites where you have to keep on registering! or communities like myspace / flickr / orkut that are closed doors So, the virtual community will be on the lines the real world.

  2. Vinu, many thanks for reading me in Babelfish :)
    I agree that everything will become OPEN in some degree, be it FON, Wikipedia, Blogs or Open Business.. and I agree that some communities are “closed” due to registration processes.

    But you need a model to keep the flow of “open” be possible, in the case of FON the Aliens or the value added services you can “mount” on it (i.e. VOIP) or donations (i.e. Wikipedia) or “freemium” services like wordpress.com

    And thats the good thing of the 4Cs, you can be open even in a business model.. the only thing i still dont see as a commodity is the connectivity, maybe because the TELCOS will fight this ;)

  3. Ya, but even connectivity should be open and I think that is the direction it is turning on. Currently the very low, or even plain, rates, in constantly reduction, of web2.0 projects related services, shows how that could be possible.

  4. Nacho, even when connectivity “should” be “open”, the TELCOS and carriers are fighting to destroy network neutrality… and if that happens forget about “open” :S

  5. El cuarto punto es impreciso, yo lo llamarìa el combustible que mantiene el vehìculo en movimiento pero la simplificaciòn que presentan del concepto web 2.0 es muy ingenioso. Felicitaciones.

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