Carte Blanche Web 2.0 – what they didn’t show (part 1 of a few)

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So you watched the Carte Blanche episode on Web 2.0?

Well this is what they didn’t show:

Let’s use the transcript of the ‘Web 2.0’ piece available on the Carte Blanche site here.

Double L surname. Phillips.

Rafiq Philips: “There’s always someone up. That’s the cool thing, there’s always company online. Usually at night I say, ‘Hi, who’s awake?’ You get responses, one from London, one from California, one from Florida.

log onto Yeigo so I can instant message, the browser for Google Reader and Facebook.

If there’s anything urgent that needs to be handled. The next thing would be to greet the people, on Twitter or on Google Talk, and say good morning to friends and co-workers. I’m always connected, always.”

No Internet-lessness (or is that Internetlessess?) happens here. It’s almost like Jonin60Seconds mobile microblogging setup pictured below not just Facebook and MXit. Free SMS and free MMS messages using your phone.
microblogging mobile

end of part one.

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