IMO, Mashable has got a stiff case of "Web 2.0". Lots of dishonesty, psychological
manipulation, subtle abuse, and other kinds of psych-warfare are always on display there.
When they first started, they were going to be "unique", a "crowdsourced industry news site"
for something that isn't an industry (Web 2.0). As time wears on, their site increasingly
resembles TechCrunch or Cnet. Just another nerdy-blog platform.
I guess you could say that Web 2.0=blogging platform variations.
(If you quote me, holla back. Or don't.
)This post has been edited by EricBarbour: Wed 24th August 2011, 7:52am