Technology . Web 2.0 sites tend to use emerging technology such as AJAX or Ruby On Rails to design web tools that promote interactivity. Technology is important but not as important as the interactivity that occurs in a Web 2.0 site.
Social Interaction . Web 2.0 sites promote interactivity between sites, user and browser. Tim O’Reilly called it an “Architecture of Participation.”
Firefox has a built-in search box built into the browser. Normally, Google is the default search technology.
On the Library website, a user of Firefox 2.0 can automatically add the HCC Library Catalog as a search possibility. They can switch between other search technologies and a keyword search of our Library Catalog
This promotes interactivity between the user, their browser and the web.