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Web 2.0 and Me

I would like to thank all of you who have come so far, from every corner of the earth, most aptitudes representing most corners, to join hands and sing the Web 2.0 interface fight song.

I apologize for the Web 1.0 fans in the crowd, but candidly, you need to be contenders or pretenders. Creators or inflaters! Don't let the terminology end up with you bordered in the WiKiPeDia!

Listen to me now, forgive yourselves later!

Repeate, por favor...

I am a coder,
I AM WEB 2.0

(I miss the days when things weren't as simple)

Now go parade on someone else's rain. And yeah, go in peas.


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