So, how do you like it. You can now add/remove the menu blocks to customise the way you want our menu to look like. Way cool. 🙂
On another note I just wanted to share some of the weekend reading I’ve been doing and in some cases watching.
Web 2.0: It’s People
– Introduces a Web 2.0: The 24 Minute Documentary by Michael Arrington, editor of Techcrunch.com. An interview, where 13 different CEO’s and startup executives from Silicon Valley share their opinions and thoughts on some of the key web 2.0 issues.
5 Key Steps towards Adopting Web 2.0 within the Enterprise
How to Accelerate Enterprise Adoption of Web 2.0 Network Effects
5 Key Steps towards Adopting Web 2.0 within the Enterprise – Part Duex
– I think the titles speak for themselves. There is some really insightfull and practical advice for businesses looking to implement Web 2.0 in their enterprise.
If you follow these links, be warned, there is a veritable orgy of high quality web 2.0 writing, so set aside quite a bit of time to go through them.
And lastly, as a developer I’ve often got my head stuck into technical aspects of the web and at the pace web 2.0 technologies have been developing lately it’s difficult for me to keep up with everything. Sometimes when things just seem be swarming around in chaos one need to take a step back and take a look at the big picture. On that note I found a really nice document, PR 2.0 ESSENTIALS – A Necessarily Living Document, is 2.0 Reference Guide that takes all that is 2.0 on the Web and summarizes everything succinctly and comprehensively.
Eventhough alot of the stuff might be the same old of what we all already know, it’s sometimes good to clear ones mind, go back to fundamentals and refresh ones perspective on things.