For the last few weeks I’ve been excessively busy with my everyday life, travelling, all while spearheading the early stages of a startup, so I want to first and foremost apologize for our inactiveness in posting on Rev2. After just having visited the S.F. Bay Area and L.A., I’m currently in Washington D.C. where I should probably be for the next 2 – 3 weeks. So, as I temporarily begin to settle down, I’m going to attempt bringing back Rev2 to a “working” order by catching up on the hundreds of requests I’ve collected over the last few weeks, and hopefully gaining a momentum on news/analysis in the land of Web 2.0 (if we still call it that!).
Zach, who is my Associate Editor, will be helping me — he has, in the last few weeks, recorded highly in-depth interviews with a number of highly-ranked executives from category-leading 2.0 companies, including Zoho, Pageflakes, RockYou and others. He’ll be rolling these out in an “in-depth analysis” format to give readers an insight into the past, present, and future of these momentum-gaining former-startups, all of which are really interesting and even from a non-user’s perspective, give a great idea of what 2008 will have in stock for consumer Internet companies.
So, I hope you stick around and give it a little chance before finally scrambling for the “Unsubscribe” button. Oh, and one more thing, I’ve been lightly working on a rebranding/redesign of the site for the last few weeks, in preparing for a Feb 2008 overhaul, so be sure to look out for that — a little early knowledge, I know, but don’t we all love Apple keynotes? (my prediction: a brand new Apple TV.)