BBC HomeExplore the BBC
This page has been archived and is no longer updated. Find out more about page archiving.


Accessibility help
Text only
BBC Homepage
BBC Radio
BBC Radio 4 - 92 to 94 FM and 198 Long WaveListen to Digital Radio, Digital TV and OnlineListen on Digital Radio, Digital TV and Online

PROGRAMME FINDER:
Programmes
Podcasts
Schedule
Presenters
PROGRAMME GENRES:
News
Drama
Comedy
Science
Religion|Ethics
History
Factual
Messageboards
Radio 4 Tickets
Radio 4 Help

Contact Us

Like this page?
Send it to a friend!

 

News and Current Affairs
SHOP TALK
MISSED A PROGRAMME?
Go to the Listen Again page
PROGRAMME INFO
Tuesdays 16:00-16:30
Intelligent and entertaining conversation about business, money, technology and workplace issues.

Presented by Heather Payton, each programme picks up on trends and returns to stories that have moved out of the headlines.
LISTEN AGAIN
Listen to Shop Talk for 10 January 2006
PRESENTER
HEATHER PAYTON
Heather Payton
 
PROGRAMME DETAILS
Tuesday 10 January 2006

Web 2.0

Are we about to witness another dot-com bubble? Last time it all ended in tears, but five years on, could it all be different? We’ll be looking at the new generation of internet start-ups all grouped under the moniker of Web 2.0. We'll be discovering a few common denominators: for a start, they’re all about enabling us to participate and add to the site rather than passively surfing the web. One example is a company that hopes to change the way we use everyday computer applications and another lets you put your photos on line for the whole world to see.

Guests

Joe Kraus - co-founder and CEO of JotSpot

Steve Bowbrick - Entrepreneur and advisor to internet start-ups
Steve's blog

Anthony Adolph - Genealogist and advisor to Genes Reunited

Graham Hobson CEO and technical director of Photobox

Nicholas Carr - Business Writer and Consultant

Dr Paul Miller - Technology Evangelist from Talis
Article on Web 2.0 by Paul Miller

Paul Fisher - Paul's blog

Listen Live
Audio Help
PREVIOUS SERIES
Archive of previous series

News & Current Affairs | Arts & Drama | Comedy & Quizzes | Science | Religion & Ethics | History | Factual

Back to top

About the BBC | Help | Terms of Use | Privacy & Cookies Policy