Beach Walk 90 – Web 2.0, we’re in touch at last!

Cali asked a while ago, “Please talk more about web 2.0” so today I did.

h3. About Today’s Show

Lots of people are talking about Web 2.0. I covered the topic today with as little jargon as possible. Certainly I am in awe of the software that makes it possible. And, I am literally sleepless some nights about how the world is changing. It’s amazing how we can all talk to each other without having to go through censors and middlemen or huge political, social, financial, and/or technical hurdles!

I also just love all this pent up urge in so many of us to talk about what’s going on in our own minds and hearts and neighborhoods and businesses. I personally believe we are all connected on the soul level and that some day, we will fully understand that and will not need the internet to provide the mechanical structure.

My time to hush though; your turn to tell me what’s on your mind! I am listening, curious and patient. Do you think we will be able to communicate without the internet in the future, mind to mind?

Hawaiian words
Launa ʻōlelo: dialog, communications
Honua: world

Be in Touch!


  1. I think that one of the things that is very important for us all to remain aware of, is that not everyone is tapped-in. Not everyone out there is communicating in this way via blog, vlog or in fact communicating via the internet or similar means. And i’m not only referring to the those obvious cases of people or communities without the means or technology, but even those on our very own doorsteps.

    I personally enjoy this whole opening of the lines of communications over the net and as i’ve said before, i like knowing that there are people out there that look at the world in a similar way and have their hearts in a similar place; in saying all that, I think that it’s important not to forget about those that aren’t communicating this way… and it’s not a case of leaving them behind, it’s recognition that there are different ways of communicating.

    I will always favour a face-to-face smile or eye contact in person, rather than the same via the internet, any day of the week.

    Just a thought! 🙂

  2. Thanks for the information! I loved the ending. Lexi is a great co-host, and play is important. I wonder is Lexi the first dog hosting a tv show?