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Journey Web1.0 To Web 2.0 Nov 13 Nitin
Journey Web1.0 To Web 2.0 Nov 13 Nitin
Journey Web1.0 To Web 2.0 Nov 13 Nitin
Journey Web1.0 To Web 2.0 Nov 13 Nitin
Journey Web1.0 To Web 2.0 Nov 13 Nitin
Journey Web1.0 To Web 2.0 Nov 13 Nitin
Journey Web1.0 To Web 2.0 Nov 13 Nitin
Journey Web1.0 To Web 2.0 Nov 13 Nitin
Journey Web1.0 To Web 2.0 Nov 13 Nitin
Journey Web1.0 To Web 2.0 Nov 13 Nitin
Journey Web1.0 To Web 2.0 Nov 13 Nitin
Journey Web1.0 To Web 2.0 Nov 13 Nitin
Journey Web1.0 To Web 2.0 Nov 13 Nitin
Journey Web1.0 To Web 2.0 Nov 13 Nitin
Journey Web1.0 To Web 2.0 Nov 13 Nitin
Journey Web1.0 To Web 2.0 Nov 13 Nitin
Journey Web1.0 To Web 2.0 Nov 13 Nitin
Journey Web1.0 To Web 2.0 Nov 13 Nitin
Journey Web1.0 To Web 2.0 Nov 13 Nitin
Journey Web1.0 To Web 2.0 Nov 13 Nitin
Journey Web1.0 To Web 2.0 Nov 13 Nitin
Journey Web1.0 To Web 2.0 Nov 13 Nitin
Journey Web1.0 To Web 2.0 Nov 13 Nitin
Journey Web1.0 To Web 2.0 Nov 13 Nitin
Journey Web1.0 To Web 2.0 Nov 13 Nitin
Journey Web1.0 To Web 2.0 Nov 13 Nitin
Journey Web1.0 To Web 2.0 Nov 13 Nitin
Journey Web1.0 To Web 2.0 Nov 13 Nitin
Journey Web1.0 To Web 2.0 Nov 13 Nitin
Journey Web1.0 To Web 2.0 Nov 13 Nitin
Journey Web1.0 To Web 2.0 Nov 13 Nitin
Journey Web1.0 To Web 2.0 Nov 13 Nitin
Journey Web1.0 To Web 2.0 Nov 13 Nitin
Journey Web1.0 To Web 2.0 Nov 13 Nitin
Journey Web1.0 To Web 2.0 Nov 13 Nitin
Journey Web1.0 To Web 2.0 Nov 13 Nitin
Journey Web1.0 To Web 2.0 Nov 13 Nitin
Journey Web1.0 To Web 2.0 Nov 13 Nitin
Journey Web1.0 To Web 2.0 Nov 13 Nitin
Journey Web1.0 To Web 2.0 Nov 13 Nitin
Journey Web1.0 To Web 2.0 Nov 13 Nitin
Journey Web1.0 To Web 2.0 Nov 13 Nitin
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  • 1. Nitin Kadam Friday, November 13, 2009 2 (nikadam@cisco.com)
  • 2. Web 2.0, refers to a supposed second generation of Internet-based services that emphasize online collaboration and sharing among users. Web 2.0 is the business revolution in the computer industry caused by the move to the Internet as platform, and an attempt to understand the rules for success on that new platform. – Tim O’Reilly Nitin Kadam Friday, November 13, 2009 3 (nikadam@cisco.com)
  • 3. …[web2.0 is a] philosophy of mutually maximizing collective intelligence and added value for each participant by formalized and dynamic information sharing and creation …[web2.0 is an] idea in people's heads rather than a reality it’s actually an idea that the reciprocity between the user and the provider is what's emphasized in other words, genuine interactivity… simply because people can upload as well as download Nitin Kadam Friday, November 13, 2009 4 (nikadam@cisco.com)
  • 4. Nitin Kadam Friday, November 13, 2009 5 (nikadam@cisco.com)
  • 5. Put your information-source things (access info) online information-source Add new (access info) content information-source Share your things (access info) information-source Control the info (access info) information- Suming up source (access info) informatio n-source Read-Write Web (access info) informati on-source Access to info (access info) Nitin Kadam Friday, November 13, 2009 6 (nikadam@cisco.com)
  • 6.  just a buzzword?  a new perspective to harness the potential of a web application to the fullest  a means of transformation  a catalyst for the next internet boom  some distinctive characteristics that sets it apart from web 1.0 (the traditional web) Nitin Kadam Friday, November 13, 2009 7 (nikadam@cisco.com)
  • 7.  a specification  technology  a new markup language  standard  a standard definition acceptable to everyone  a clearly defined boundary Nitin Kadam Friday, November 13, 2009 8 (nikadam@cisco.com)
  • 8. • Applications used entirely through a Web browser (access info) • Users own the data on the site and exercise control (manage info) • Users are encouraged to add value (create info) • Some social-networking aspects are included (participate) • Usability • Usefulness • UI & Design • Content Quality Nitin Kadam Friday, November 13, 2009 9 (nikadam@cisco.com)
  • 9. Usability, Usefulness, Social Aspects, UI & Design, Content Quality Nitin Kadam Friday, November 13, 2009 10 (nikadam@cisco.com)
  • 10. Usability, Usefulness, Social Aspects, UI & Design, Content Quality Nitin Kadam Friday, November 13, 2009 11 (nikadam@cisco.com)
  • 11. Usability, Usefulness, Social Aspects, UI & Design, Content Quality Nitin Kadam Friday, November 13, 2009 12 (nikadam@cisco.com)
  • 12. Usability, Usefulness, Social Aspects, UI & Design, Content Quality Nitin Kadam Friday, November 13, 2009 13 (nikadam@cisco.com)
  • 13. Usability, Usefulness, Social Aspects, UI & Design, Content Quality Nitin Kadam Friday, November 13, 2009 14 (nikadam@cisco.com)
  • 14. Usability, Usefulness, Social Aspects, UI & Design, Content Quality Nitin Kadam Friday, November 13, 2009 15 (nikadam@cisco.com)
  • 15. Usability, Usefulness, Social Aspects, UI & Design, Content Quality Nitin Kadam Friday, November 13, 2009 16 (nikadam@cisco.com)
  • 16. Usability, Usefulness, Social Aspects, UI & Design, Content Quality Nitin Kadam Friday, November 13, 2009 17 (nikadam@cisco.com)
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  • 22. Usability, Usefulness, Social Aspects, UI & Design, Content Quality Nitin Kadam Friday, November 13, 2009 23 (nikadam@cisco.com)
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  • 24. Usability, Usefulness, Social Aspects, UI & Design, Content Quality Nitin Kadam Friday, November 13, 2009 25 (nikadam@cisco.com)
  • 25. Usability, Usefulness, Social Aspects, UI & Design, Content Quality Nitin Kadam Friday, November 13, 2009 26 (nikadam@cisco.com)
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  • 27. Nitin Kadam Friday, November 13, 2009 28 (nikadam@cisco.com)
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  • 34. Nitin Kadam Friday, November 13, 2009 35 (nikadam@cisco.com)
  • 35. Web-as-information-source VS web-as-participation-platform • view • make access • read create • produce info • handle manage • supervise • encourage promote • designate • view access • read Access to info (generated by institutions or by other users) Add new content (e.g. knowledge, opinions or experience) Share your things (e.g. photos, videos, writings) Control the info (delete, promote, correct or complete) Summing up (vote the best places to travel or interesting scientific papers) Put your things online (tasks, meetings, gift lists or a list of books) Nitin Kadam Friday, November 13, 2009 36 (nikadam@cisco.com)
  • 36. Nitin Kadam Friday, November 13, 2009 37 (nikadam@cisco.com)
  • 37. User generated Contents: Text, Images, Audio, Video, Interactive Media, Virtual Architecture Opinions: Links, Clicks, Tagging, Ratings, Social Bookmarking Technologies: XML, APIs, AJAX, Ruby on Rails, Appears to use moo.fx (js library), Blogline blogroll Recombination: Mashups, Microformats Remixing, Aggregation, Embedding, The Long Tail Collaboration Filtering: Ranking, Profile correlation Structures: Folksonomies, Tag Clouds, Virtual Worlds Syndication: Appears to use RSS Nitin Kadam Friday, November 13, 2009 38 (nikadam@cisco.com)
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  • 39. Nitin Kadam Friday, November 13, 2009 40 (nikadam@cisco.com)
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