The readers of my O'Reilly Web 2.0 Strategy book forum know that I use the book forum as a web cafe or mashup between a conversation, a helpdesk and and strategy advice column--"ask Dr. Amy".
In contrast, my blog is like an ongoing web 2.0 strategy research seminar online. I've scheduled my blog postings around the 100 or so end-notes in my book and will be adding commentary and linking to new or updated information from the authors of the many different books, articles, cases and references that are recommended.
In May, we will be discussing several key Chapter One topics:
Online DIY and the experience economy
Collective user value
Public sharing and Creative Commons
Semantic Web and metadata
Business model analysis
Single customer and per user economics
Financial valuation methodologies
Funding requirements of Web 1.0 vs. 2.0