This came across the feedreader the other day but only now am I getting the time to post it. This is a hilarious Web 2.0 video with a catchy tune. It basically highlights all of the discussion that has taken place about the web 2.0 bubble. I laughed so hard when they showed the valuation of Facebook and it was almost as much as Ford.
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The Web 2.0 “bubble” had it coming. A Silicon Valley music video by the Richter Scales.
Solo, video, arrangement and lyrics by Matt Hempey
Mixed by Bill Hare
Recorded by Jason Hunter & Charlie Forkish
Based on “We Didn’t Start the Fire,” by Billy Joel
Photo of Owen Thomas (Valleywag) by Lane Hartwell: http://fetching.net/
7 thoughts on “Pop Goes The Web2.0 Bubble”
That is great! I am not a financial wizard but they are nuts to think that Facebook is worth 15 BILLION!
@LGR Wasn’t that funny. That was just the beginning :)
lol too funny
@Sierra thanks for reminding me. Now I have to watch it for the 15th time.
Thanks to Brad, I had the privilege of watching it again.
Ah well. They’re down because of copyright infringements over the images they used.
Hopefully the movie will be back.
@Mike Yeah, I blogged about it yesterday. But thats how it goes I suppose.