An interesting post today from Online Spin on the dynamic qualities in the next iteration of the World Wide Web, what it calls the World Live Web.
Rather than worry about traffic, it fixates on qualified traffic. Rather than fixate on presentation, it rivets on engagement. Rather than riveting on targeting, it worries about relevance.
The WLW stems from a belief in mass syndication of content, of how fresh is good, of how archiving can be excessive, of how spiders crawl too widely. It's after what matters, and in this approach it is coming to grips with the let's-find-everything model that overwhelms too many users.
It's more than a little intriguing as a possibility of content creation and management. And it feels like the near-future.