Wednesday, October 19, 2005

Uh Oh, Is GoalShare Disruptive Enough?

Another thing to comment on, Richard MacManus says that not enough Web 2.0 services are disruptive enough. What he means by this is he doesn't really see any startups that will eventually be the next Google or Yahoo by using the technology to do something groundbreaking and shake things up. He hints that it seems like most of them appear to be aimed at being an acquisition target for Google or Yahoo. He also mentions he doesn't see any technologies that appeal to the non-geek crowd.

This leads me to a couple of thoughts:

- Maybe we're not thinking big enough with GoalShare?

- Does it matter that GoalShare won't be the next Google? Maybe it will just be a helpful tool that is fun to work on and helps people out? Is that so wrong? What if it just manages to make some money in the process? Doesn't seem like a terrible thing to me.

4 Comments:

At 4:24 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

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At 2:42 AM, Blogger The Blah Brain said...

Who HASNT heard of this Samy dude, what an ego trip that must have been huh? I think he's still liking all of the popularity. I wrote a few things about him on my blog:
http://www.theblahbrain.com/myspace-worm-update.htm

ha, I think Myspace should recode everything.. so far now they have banned .swf [flash files] and the embed tag...basicaly taking videos out of everyones pages as well, I dont think they'll be too happy about that haha banning these things will basically kill myspace... and it's popularity...

 
At 5:08 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

What If This Could All Happen Automatically,
with a simple push of a button.....

 
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