One short comment before you read on. This post is not about my insights or analysis. It’s more about more factual things that have been happening over past few days months years. So we have reached a point where we might as well call it as War of for the Web. Yes, the game is slowly shifting towards who’s to control the web.atom

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So if you really want to now what’s been happening, then you should head towards this blog post by Tim O’Reilly.

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He explores the vast landscape of internet, devices, apps, interoperability, maps, acquisitions, distributed social networking and many more. To sum it up, he writes

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…It could be that everyone will figure out how to play nicely with each other, and we’ll see a continuation of the interoperable web model we’ve enjoyed for the past two decades. But I’m betting that things are going to get ugly. We’re heading into a war for control of the web. And in the end, it’s more than that, it’s a war against the web as an interoperable platform. Instead, we’re facing the prospect of Facebook as the platform, Apple as the platform, Google as the platform, Amazon as the platform, where big companies slug it out until one is king of the hill.

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Now to think of it, it’s really true. But what surprised me more is his last comment where he says,

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P.S. One prediction: Microsoft will emerge as a champion of the open web platform, supporting interoperable web services from many independent players, much as IBM emerged as the leading enterprise backer of Linux.

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Interesting. Though I would like to see MSFT playing more on open platform’s turf but seriously I don’t see it coming anytime soon. May be other players might push them to play like that. But there’s one catch? Why don’t I see IBM in between of all these? Sometime back when Friendfeed was acquired by Facebook, I wrote an elaborate blog post on “Hint of Loss of Trust…” where it was quoted that,

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IBM is afraid of Microsoft who is afraid of Google who is afraid of Facebook who is afraid of Twitter who is afraid of whales.

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So its interesting to how that if MSFT plays by rules of Open Platform, then what stance will IBM take? Will it then focus also in consumer segment along with enterprise market.

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So to sum it up, before we face any monopolistic  market which we saw early in PC era, open source is the right step forward it seems.

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Still I’m trying to convince myself how scalable it is from monetization point of view. May be on this point, I’ve think harder. May be it’s not the right time to think its I’m already hitting 2 am in the morning. So may be later….

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