Web 2.0 Hysteria gone awry

Michael Payne | September 20th, 2006 | ,

We are big believers in Technology, the Internet, Small Business and the proliferation of web technology.  We believe in Software as a Service and the ever growing maturity of the web.  However, we recently received a nasty email about how our product “will only be a footnote in Web 2.0”. Last time we checked, we weren’t trying to be web rock stars or earn our Web 2.0 merit badge. Intervals is a quality product/service (it’s getting tricky knowing the difference these days) aimed at trying to solve the age old problem of tracking time and learning where your efforts are truly being spent.

We developed Intervals to get organized, track time, and manage our projects. We didn’t set out to get rich on Web 2.0 or sling around the latest buzz words. We’re trying to help businesses like ours become more efficient. 

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John is a co-founder, web designer and developer at Pelago. His blog posts are inspired by everyday encounters with designers, developers, creatives and small businesses in general. John is an avid reader and road cyclist.
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