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胡泳,北京大学新闻与传播学院副教授,博士。价值中国网(www.chinavalue.net)总编辑。中国传播学会常务理事。著有《网络为王》、《众声喧哗》等,译有《数字化生存》、《未来是湿的》等。

北京大学新闻与传播学院副教授,博士。价值中国网(www.chinavalue.net)总编辑。中国传播学会常务理事。著有《网络为王》、《众声喧哗》等,译有《数字化生存》、《未来是湿的》等。

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关于web 2.0的20个说法  

2006-07-08 00:58:19|  分类: expect |  标签: |举报 |字号 订阅

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居住在洛杉矶的FOX Interactive Media 产品经理Kareem Mayan汇集了18条关于Web 2.0的说法,在网上转帖颇广。

有人已将其全部译为中文,但译得很不准,我在此给订正了一下。

18. "The best way to build a successful business is to help other people make money." - Rich Skrenta, Topix.net, paraphrases some AOL exec

“打造一门成功生意的最好办法就是帮助别人赚钱。”——Topix.netRich Skrenta这样释义AOL某高管的话

17. "I'll go to multiple news sites because I don't trust any one site." - Sean, age 17, on how he gets news online

“我上多个新闻网站,因为我不相信其中任何一个。”——17岁的Sean解释他如何获取在线新闻

16. "When you get to college, MySpace isn't a big deal anymore." - Sasha, age 18, on how high school is so last year

“当你上了大学以后,MySpace就算不上什么了。”——18岁的Sasha谈及年前的高中生活时说

15. "Build, learn, and make mistakes as you go--you'll know more about what you're doing as you're doing it, instead of before you do it." - Jason Fried, 37 Signals, advocating iterative development

“一边做,一边建造、学习和犯错误——对你正在做的事情,你只有做了才会懂得更多,而不是事前空想。”——37SignalsJason Fried鼓吹反复前进

14. "[In 5-10 years, the value in media] will be in the companies who can grow audiences, not in those who control content." - Vinod Khosla, former General Partner at Kleiner Perkins

“在510年内,媒体的价值将存在于那些培养用户的公司,而不是那些控制内容的公司。”——Kleiner Perkins的前任总合伙人Vinod Khosla

13. "For me, transparency is a competitive weapon." - Sun COO Jonathan Schwartz, on why he blogs

“对我而言,透明度是一件富有竞争力的武器。”——Sun微系统公司的COO Jonathan Schwartz如此解释他写Blog的动机

12. "eBay has 150M customers, in the nicest terms, that's 150M people who have learned to trust strangers." - eBay founder Pierre Omidyar, on how business can be an engine of positive social change

 eBay1.5亿用户,理想地说,就等于1.5亿人学会了如何相信陌生人。”——eBay创始人Pierre Omidyar认为商业能为积极的社会变革带来动力 

11. "I like Google the best, they're the cleanest. Others are trying to take your attention away from what you're trying to focus on so it's counter productive to go to those sites." - Sasha, age 18, explains why it's smart to adapt to your customers instead of forcing them to adapt to you

“我最喜欢Google,因为他们最干净。其他的网站则试图把你的注意力从你想要关注的东西移开。去那些网站不会有任何收获。”——18岁的Sasha指出,适应用户的习惯比起强迫用户去适应你的习惯要聪明得多

10. "A lot of our successes don't have anything to do with anything our executives thought were a good idea." - Google founder Sergey Brin likes the wisdom of crowds

 “我们的许多成功的地方与管理者们自认的好主意一点关系都没有。”——Google创始人Sergey Brin更喜欢群体的智慧

9. "We don't know what we're doing 96% of the time." - Flickr founder Stewart Butterfield, on how 4% can make a lot of people very happy

“我们96%的时间里不知道自己在做什么。”——Flickr的创始人Stewart Butterfield认为剩下的4%足以让许多人非常快乐

8. "Hiring lawyers and suing is a hell of a lot easier for the average corporation than being creative." - former FCC head Michael Powell, on why content companies are suing their customers

 “雇用律师起诉对于一般的公司来说,比起自己创意要容易得多。”——前任FCC主席Michael Powell解释为什么那些提供内容服务的公司起诉他们的顾客

7. "I tell our engineers, 'no matter how bright you are, there will always be more people outside the company's walls that are brighter so we need to provide them with tools to innovate.'" - Omidyar likes the wisdom of crowds, too

“我告诉我的工程师,‘不管你有多么聪明,在公司外有着更多比你聪明的人,所以我们需要给他们提供工具,让他们创新。’”——Omidyar也喜欢群体的智慧

6. "Traditionally, people think more is better. More may work, but it's painful, expensive, very cold-war. Think about one-downing people, underdoing your competitors." - Fried coins some new verbs

“传统上,人们认为多就是好。多也许能行,但它是费力的和昂贵的,充斥着冷战思维。想想看,可不可以向用户少提供些功能,比竞争对手更简单一点。”——Fried创造了一些新动词

5. Illustrating that the world is really different for digital natives:

Moderator: Let's say you want to buy a CD player, where would you go?

Sean, age 17 (puzzled): Ummm, a CD player...? (laugher)

下面的对话证明对于数字化土著来说,这个世界真的完全不同:

主持人:假设你要买一个CD机,到哪里去买?

17岁的Sean(困惑地):“CD机是什么?”(大笑)

4. "The more money you give a company, the less likely they are to be successful." - Khosla

“你给一个公司越多的钱,他们越不可能成功。”——Khosla

3. "The average consumer does not know the difference between the browser, the internet, and the search box." - Mitchell Baker, Mozilla Foundation, provides some perspective

“一般的消费者并不知道浏览器、互联网以及搜索框之间的区别。”——Mozilla基金会的Mitchell Baker提供了这样的观点

2. "We thought that anybody who came to a concert had equity. They took part in the creation of the music." - Mickey Hart, Grateful Dead

“我们认为任何来参加演唱会的人都拥有权益。他们都参与到了音乐的创作之中。”——Grateful Dead乐队的Mickey Hart

1. "The #1 factor that contributed to our success is luck. We followed our hearts, and worked on search because it was useful and an interesting problem." - Brin, on founding Google

“我们成功的第一要素是运气。我们跟随自己的内心而选择了搜索,因为它既有用也有趣。”——Brin解释创立Google的情况

对于Web 2.0,似乎人人都有话要说。Kareem Mayan搜集了18条引语,我加上两条,一条来自圣雄甘地,一条来自鄙人,凑成20条,以飨各位网友:

19"First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win. "- Mahatma Gandhi

“开始他们忽视你,然后他们嘲笑你,然后他们同你作战,然后你胜利了。”——圣雄甘地(1869-1948

20.到底什么是Web 2.0?我把这一浪潮的实质概括为一句话:个人追求大众的注意。——胡泳

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