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What is Web 2.0?

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What is Web 2.0? Or more directedly, what does it mean to you? Is it a clever marketing ploy to sell more advertising and services than the market can really sustain? Is is another way to excite people into trying out new things on the web that previously would have gone unnoticed? I kind of go with the Dave Winer perspective of ” it’s simply a better version than the previous version”. Are you visiting the conference?

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  1. Andy Z (1 comments.) says:

    Web 2.0 is a shift from desktop-based computing to browser-based computing. Basically, people are starting to do more and more on the internet, and store more and more information on it. I mean, many applications already work seemlessly with a live internet connection. The definition of “browser” is changing. Ever tried using OSX Tiger’s Dashboard without an internet connection? That’s Web 2.0.

  2. zeevveez (1 comments.) says:

    For me Web 2.0 is about shifting from macro content to microcontent. Current search engines are mixing relevant paragraphs with irrelevant ones on the same macro content results’ page.
    The new ability to manipulate microcontent will eventually change the way we understand things, since not following the line of the authors’ intention brings you to an intimate contact with your own thoughts.

  3. JimH (1 comments.) says:

    As for me Web 2.0 is a step to future. What was the web 10 years ago?
    And now I dont imagine myself without the web.



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