Web 2.0 - The Social Web
Web 2.0 is a move toward a more interactive and collaborative web that harnesses the power of the masses and puts information into the hands of the people. By utilizing technologies like AJAX to create more sophisticated websites and creating a more open-ended and user-generated content model, Web 2.0 has created a "social web."
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What is Quora? Quora is a collection of questions and answers that is created, edited, and organized by everyone who uses it.
What were the best web ideas of the decade? About.com readers speak out on what trends they thought were the most innovative.
The past ten years have given rise to many different social aspects of the web and great web trends and innovations in technology. But which web trends and ideas were the most innovative of the decade?
OnLive is a new game streaming service aimed at being the ultimate video game console.
Box.net allows you to store files online and share them with friends and family. You can even transfer the files to your iPhone.
Google Wave takes the next step in online collaboration by expanding the idea of e-mail to include the ability to keep track of the e-mail history, add multiple users, collaborate on documents, add images and video, track individual threads within the Google Wave history and much, much more.
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A collection of games that use Web 2.0 techniques like AJAX and often combine data from well known sites like Flickr and Google Maps.
What Web 2.0 buzzwords have you heard? Which ones can you define?
InstantAction is taking the next step in browser-based games by providing free web games that rival their non-web counterparts. There's no watered-down gameplay here, and the games can be run on a PC or a Mac.
The web 2.0 glossary will help you sift through the buzzwords and jargon of the social web.
The semantic web is the idea of a web capable of understanding not just the structure of web pages, but also the content of web pages.
Social media marketing is the process of marketing through social media sites like Twitter, Facebook and YouTube.
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Booklamp is the Pandora of books, a project aimed at collecting the text of novels and analyzing it to form comparisons with other novels based on such attributes as description and pacing.
Blogs are powered by the cooperative game theory of using trackbacks and crosslinks in a seemingly counter-productive strategy for the mutual benefit of all involved.
What is Web 3.0? Before the question can even be pondered, a metric for the transition between Web 2.0 and Web 3.0 must be discussed. Once in place, we can predict when Web 3.0 might arrive, and thus brainstorm on what it might be.
Copyright infringement is a negative web trend that has increased since the emergence of Web 2.0 and the social web.
Zimbio blurs the line between e-zines and wikis by providing user-created e-zines, or wikizines.
What is social shopping explains the key elements of shopping 2.0 from product wikis to shopping social networks.
This article describes what Web 3.0 might mean to the web browser. Web 3.0 may bring artificial intelligence to web searching, and social interaction to the next level, but Web 3.0 may also bring about a complete re-structuring of web browsers.
Web 2.0 is the move toward a more social, collaborative, interactive and responsive web. It is a change in the philosophy of web companies and web developers, but more than that, Web 2.0 is a change in the philosophy of society as a whole.
Social media is a phrase that is tossed around a lot these days but can be difficult to pinpoint based on how broad a term social media is and individual opinions as to what it entails.
An article on the virtual shopping mall provided by Kinset and what the future of virtual shopping might hold in store once the big budgets of massively online games hits the shopping 2.0 scene.
Trackbacks serve many purposes in blogs including notifying a fellow blogger that you have linked to them and for better search engine optimization.
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