When we started using steel and glass in architecture, we did not erect identical copies of brick and mortar buildings. A metal bridge is not a copy of its previous wood incarnation. The way we do things changes to take advantage of the possibilities afforded by new tools and new materials.
Business 2.0 models, then, will not be copies of traditional business models imported into the virtual world. The new tools of Web 2.0 afford possibilities that will be explored by creating entirely new ways of doing business.
The above is stating the obvious. Following post will include a few thoughts on what some of these new ways might be.– This page has been viewed by 629 members –