I came across the following article today.
I found it generally interesting but feel it misses opportunities to explore issues and ended up feeling slightly disappointed. The sub heading Grammar 1.0 was presumably making a parallel with web 1.0. I assumed there was going to be a discussion of Grammar 2.0. This then made me think about what Grammar 2.0 might be and whether this was an appropriate term for SFL. There seem to be parallels in terms of the focus on the social and language being seen as something that is produced by people for their needs rather than being an idealised resource that users simply receive passively.
Does anyone have any thoughts on whether it is useful to think of Grammar 2.0?