Siloed Content

Those big round vertical things that they store grain in. That’s a silo. Well, lo and behold, it turns out that “silo” is also a verb. It means “to separate”. If something has been “siloed”, it has been separated from the rest of the world. Which makes good sense, given what a silo does with the grain. It separates it from the rest of the world.

In yesterday’s post, I discussed the Open Web, and posted a link to a blog article by a fellow¬†who discusses siloed content and the open web in a very thoughtful manner. Continue reading “Siloed Content”

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Artist, Content, Audience, the Internet – and David Bowie

When I set up this site recently, I didn’t imagine that I’d be posting anything like a David Bowie video here.

David Bowie passed away yesterday. And my Facebook has been chock-a-block with tributes, memes, a hundred music videos, and this interview.

In this video, Mr. Bowie speaks with great insight and eloquence on the subject of the Internet. And how the internet “will” radically alter Continue reading “Artist, Content, Audience, the Internet – and David Bowie”

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3dspace – First Post

My name is Pete. I’ve been busy with 2-dimensional technologies like Java, Flash, and Wordpress – as well as the methodologies and commercial applications of analytics and user experience design – since I mothballed my enthusiasm for a “3D web” back around the turn of the Century.

Greetings, and welcome to 3dspace.

3dspace.com was originally intended to be a website about VRML – Virtual Reality Modeling Language – back in the 1990’s.

VRML failed to materialize as a commercially viable technology – and the domain name lay dormant for almost Continue reading “3dspace – First Post”

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