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Tuesday, January 02, 2007
End-user programming: The Web 2.0 version
A while back, I predicted that the next "Printshop moment" -- the next wave of production to move from the hands of specialists to casual users -- would be end-user programming. One early indication of this movement is in the article Assembling great software: A round-up of eight mashup tools, which describes several tools that casual users can mobilize to build apps from existing web services.