RWW gets real

September 16, 2009 at 11:24 am Leave a comment

(Photo credit Menage a Moi)

(Photo credit Menage a Moi)

ReadWriteWeb have posted a series of insightful articles on the growing trend that is the Real-time Web, in fact going on to include it in their Top 5 Web Trends of 2009.

As you would expect Twitter and FriendFeed feature prominently in the piece, especially when looking at the Real-time Web as a new form of communication. RWW explores how this new communication is different from email and instant messaging insomuch it is largely public and searchable, adding value as a wealth of information becomes quickly accessible.

As the Real-time Web changes the way we communicate, it also changes the infrastructure of the Internet. Online search is changing to include these new real-time streams and make use of their immediacy, in particular as we see the real-time expectancy grow to the Web as a whole.

Along with communication and its speed, RWW further suggest that the Real-time Web is defined by its openess and has an explicit social graph associated with it. The three articles make for a great read, so I’d suggest heading over to ReadWriteWeb for the complete write-up.

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