Cosmo and Uncleweed are hanging at Gnomedex, learning and dialoging about net-neutrality, blogging, podcasting, marketing, and crappy PR campaigns.

Marc Canter is eloquently speaking about “openness” in Web 2.0 services and applications. He’s right. (Scroll down to where he mentions Dan Farber) Plain and simple, your site/app/services, should work with as many different formats as possible, including importing and exporting the user’s data. This is one of the reasons Google is kicking so much ass lately, and the main reason they could be overtaken by a small start-up with better interoperability.