There are things I want to write about but feel I can’t until because everytime I start a post I always end up spending more time than I wanted. And the list keeps getting longer and longer and well…I don’t want to lose them.
- Wridea. How much I loved it at first and how I eventually forgot about it.
- My ZohoMail wishlist.
- Applications that I don’t want to tell anyone else about because I reaaaaaally want to keep them for myself.
- How excited I am to try out Zude. Because that’s just what I need…another profile to manage.
- How I don’t get UrbanSeeder (perhaps because I am not part of the target market?).
- My Wufoo wishlist.
And some thoughts in my head that I’d like to open up for discussion (I hear crickets…) because I will probably end up writing an incohesive post about them:
- Difficulty of convincing the enterprise to switch — Web2.0 services and applications are mostly free and low-cost, but cost-savings isn’t enough to switch. How would you address questions on reliability (“it’s free/low-cost”…”they might go out of business”…”it’s too new”…”what happens to our data if they go away?”) and security (“it’s web-based,” “it’s managed by someone else,”) ?
- I love it that an individual user can directly impact how an application/service is developed in the Web2.0 space through blogging and other communications and how quickly these companies adopt new direction based on user feedback. Not a question, just a statement, I guess…but your thoughts on this are welcome anyway.