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Training and Consulting in New Tools for Effective Web Use

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The Future of the Web in Flash Short Film

A friend just turned me on to Epic 2015, a 5 minute short film about the past, present and potential future of Web 2.0 - the keyword being Googlezon. It's pretty funny, and thought provoking. It was made by Robin Sloan of Current TV and Matt Thompson of Snarkmarket (their shared blog), two people who are obviously very hip.

Despite the unexplainable exclusion of any reference to Craig's List, you should totally check out the film. It's actually a very good introduction to the concepts and it's a viable guess as to one possible future of the web. Or maybe it's just funny.

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