I thought it was MY Web 2.0
September 30, 2005: I hate to be negative, especially in the midst of so much web 2.0 circle-jerking that's going on, but I'm not so happy that I have no control over where my stuff might appear. I just went to 43things (for the first time in months) and was surprised to see my flickr photo feed right there on the page. Is that not "commercial" use (which is prohibited by the "Non-commercial share-alike" license I used)? I don't really mean to single 43things out, and in fact don't really mind the feed being there, but this does raise the question of the consequences of all this "openness" everyone's so fired up about.