That is the argument I want to be hearing.
How is your small team outpeforming the big clunky guys?
ReadWriteWeb queried over twitter what’s next after web 2.0? I responded:
“Startups powered by 1-4 people, ultra small niche to dominate in, started for under $20k”
This has been requoted a few times as people have discussed the topic over and over again.
Web 2.0 was the term to describe the wave of internet businesses that have grown in the past few years (technical details aside). Web 3.0 is the new wave.
Extending my initial thoughts Web 3.0 will be where the web connects with the real world and the distinctions between the two become blurred. Are we really an online company? or offline? It will be hazy, it will be gray.
The power in this new wave will be in the ability of small teams; mainly collections of evangelists, working in unison to solve minute problems, on a global scale.
Growing these companies will not be about getting big, it will be about agility and efficient delivery.
Thus the argument 3 years from now will not be, mine is bigger than yours, it will be mine is smaller than yours!