Got this interesting graph from Gartner, which puts it all in perspective. (Via Techcrunch). hypeweb 2.0web technologies 3 Responses to “Web technologies: Separating reality from hype” by wan acceleration November 4, 2008 wan acceleration… Abstract: We describe the LHCb detector simulation application (Gauss) based on the Geant4 toolkit. The application is built using the Gaudi software framework, which is used for all event- processing applications in the LHCb experiment. The existence … by Anne September 10, 2008 This is especially interesting in the context of Arthur Goldstuck’s presentation at Highway Africa on the “experience curve” (how many SA web users have been online for longer than 5 years) and how this influences the way they use the web. The confluence of experience and experiment was startling although not surprising, especially in the context of online retail and banking. Like he said, the next 5 years are likely to be even more interesting. Btw, his figures show that there were 354 000 users with 5 years’ experience in 2001; this now stands at 3.28m and will probably grow by 6% to 3.5m in 2009. A version of his presentation can be found here: http://tinyurl.com/goldstuck by links for 2008-09-10 | andydickinson.net September 10, 2008 […] matthewbuckland.com » Web technologies: Separating reality from hype A great graph showing the hype for emerging technologies. A nice visulisation. […] Comments are closed.