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The Zombie Web

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Gideon Burton

on 24 May 2012

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Transcript of The Zombie Web

Brace Yourself for
this GHASTLY Tale of HORROR:
Web 1.0 is STILL HALF ALIVE
in our Web 2.0 world....
Web 1.0
ZOMBIE
WEB
the
dare to take a look???
(it ISN'T PRETTY!!)
Zombie sites AREN'T VERY FLEXIBLE
this is
ZOMBIE
info
trapped inside
the SCHOOL DISTRICT's
unkewl website
not in iCal format
can't syndicate the content to bajillions of other outlets
DEAD DEAD pretending to be alive DEAD
It is the ZOMBIE WEB
web 1.0
online calendar

might as well
be
PRINTED
web 2.0
created here
automagically piped to my phone
Web 2.0 info
is WAY flex.i.ble
easily shared
or embedded
on any website
inflexible!
Zombie sites lack the LIFE BLOOD of
human interaction.
lonely, SOLIPSISTIC, isolated,
HALF-ALIVE!
Where are the people?
Where is the conversation??
Who's reading this NOW?
Who recommends it?
something's terribly wrong!
web 2.0 makes
knowledge SOCIAL
I can easily contribute my two bits!
I can see what people
relate it to
R.I.P.?
oh, we thought this freakish anomaly was laid to rest early in the digital age...
but...
lives on!
it stalks the net
though mostly
dead!!

you can tell
they aren't much alive
BY HOW STIFF THEY ARE...
pseudo-normal!
looks perfectly okay...even USEFUL
other zombieness?
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