Thanks again to Joho for some timely note-taking – this time his notes from the morning session with Rael Dornfest and Tim O’Reilly:
Net applications are never done. Therefore, release features incrementally. Perpetual beta.
Let users add value to shared data. But only a small percentage of users will add value. Therefore, make participation the default, aggregating user data as a side-effect of their using your application. (E.g., Flickr’s default is make your photos public.)
PCs are not the only networked device. Therefore, design your app from the get-go to integrate across multiple platforms.
All three of those things should go into some kind of n commandments for Web 2.0, don’t you think?
(Via Joho the Blog.)