Web 2.0 Critical Mass

It seems to me that when the tools of Web 2.0 start to reach a point where they can offer a viable option for the many tasks we do every day, that we can start to think in terms of reaching critical mass.

I find it compelling to see the huge number of Web 2.0 apps listed over at http://www.go2web20.net/

Perhaps critical mass is not far off?

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  1. Wow Chris, that site is so cool. Now I need a spare 12 hours to explore it. I wonder what we could get the kids at school to do with a site like that? The only thing is that I’m guessing there may be some undesirable sites there as well. I’ll have to check it out before I try to design a couple of lessons around it.
    Have a little bit of a challenge with the tagging too Chris. I joined Technorati but that’s as far as I have got.
    I’m off to Sth Korea on Tuesday but will be blogging from there. If you could help me with the tagging bit I’ll do something when I’m over there. cya

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