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Web 2.0: Examples

March 8, 2011

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Below are some examples of Web 2.0 usage: Weblogs (LiveJournal) <http://www.livejournal.com/> LiveJournal (LJ) is very interesting in the sense that it’s not just a blogging tool but also a social networking site. It purely sells itself on this factor, ‘LiveJournal: A global community of friends who share your unique passion and interest’. Now, before I continue, here’s a […]

Web 2.0: Definition

March 8, 2011

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Web 2.0 is a term used to describe the next generation of the World Wide Web, which focuses on harnessing user participation and collaboration. Rather than just ‘presenting’ static information to audiences as Web 1.0 did, Web 2.0 allows audiences to create and customise their own content. Web 2.0 puts emphasis on creating ‘communities’ within […]

Lecture Notes: Week 1 » Web 2.0 & Convergence

March 8, 2011

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After ‘viewing’ Week 1 lecture I was able to gain a better understand of Web 2.0 and Convergence – two things I hadn’t thought much about before. Web 2.0 isn’t actually a change in technology but a shift in the thinking behind web architecture from just publishing information to enabling functionality and harnessing user participation. […]