Web 2.0 Test

I have not jumped into Web 2.0 all that much. For all my talk about cybernudism, I wonder what expressing your opinion and sharing your entire life story in cyberspace really accomplishes. It is expression with no end point, which very well may be just fine and healthy.

Until I can gather my thoughts on this subject, here are pictures of me, making use of a new Web 2.0 platform called BubbleShare. The features are interesting, the interface pleasant and simple, and the AJAX clean. Here goes: (Update August 11, 2007: I deleted the images on BubbleShare a few months ago.)

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Richard Leis

Richard Leis is a fiction writer and poet, with his first published poem forthcoming later in 2017 from Impossible Archetype. His essays about fairy tales and technology have been published on Tiny Donkey. Richard is also the Downlink Lead for the High Resolution Imaging Science Experiment (HiRISE) team at the University of Arizona. He monitors images of the Martian surface taken by the HiRISE camera located on board the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter in orbit around Mars and helps ensure they process successfully and are validated for quick release to the science community and public. Once upon a time, Richard wrote and edited the science and technology news and commentary website Frontier Channel, hosted the RADIO Frontier Channel podcast, and organized transhumanist clubs. Follow Richard on his website (richardleis.com), on Goodreads (richardleis), his Micro.blog (@richardleis), Twitter (@richardleisjr), and Facebook (richardleisjr).

One thought on “Web 2.0 Test”

  1. expression with no end point is putting expression in a linear aspect. expression doesnt need a solution or end point, problems do.or so i wish to express anyway.

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