Whoa! What an intersting times we live novadays. My finnish readers might remember this story I wrote on 2006. I was just amazed then about the creativity of the people and blasted about the new and endless possibilities that web (and technology in general) will add on top of …everything. User generated content was booming. Oh boy how far we still were then, when considering today. And where are we now and what will be around the corner.

Those are some interesting thoughts that raised today when I was watching a video and having a lunch at my desk. Those thoughts and the overall thinking around this topic always reminds me of the fact how little one eventually knows about things – but how innovative and creative one still can be. Or is it just because of that? My good friend and great web2.0 -thinker Andrea Vascellari just reminded me about this by blogging about it. What a great video! I just encourage everyone to take the time and watch it. One hour well spent. 🙂

And have I turned to write this blog in english? No. I just felt that way for some reason this time. 🙂 Katso ihmeessä tämä video, jos web -jutut kiinnostaa..Whoa!

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5 thoughts on “The thing called internet

  1. Kiitti videovinkistä, pitääpä katsoa se illalla! Ny ei kehtaa kun on kurssi vielä kesken…

  2. Hello my friend + Hello Hessu’s readers!

    I’m happy you wrote this post in English because it makes it much easier for me and the readers coming from my blog (thanks to your trackback 🙂 ) to understand your thoughts.

    This is a terrific video. A great analysis that I’m sure will stimulate the conversation with/among your readers.

    Enjoy the video and keep in touch as usual!

    Ciao!

    Andrea

  3. Yo! Dudes. This video really got me. I agree with you about the beauty of the Web2.0 era. This is really something new, yet logical, that has happened over the years here in the interweb. I have been thinking about this dimension of the communication change and also media change. Would the fututer of television be more conversational? Is the evolution of the reality-tv that? Would the essense of the “show” change…and if…what would it be and can we even understand it yet. Most probably not.

    I actually noticed that you guys there at Itive are also thinking about these issues. That is great. The paradigm shift is really happening around us and in the media world. It might be faster thatn we actually realize. WOW!

    It is just great to be in the bandwagon and just follow the great flow. I’m loving it…and I’m not talking McDonalds…this time. Mmmm…burgers…tasty. 😀

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