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What do these terms mean and are they important to me? How can tools with names like Twitter, Delicious, Facebook, Wiki, Blog, Vlog, TalkShoe and Ning provide serious advances in business and personal …

What do these terms mean and are they important to me? How can tools with names like Twitter, Delicious, Facebook, Wiki, Blog, Vlog, TalkShoe and Ning provide serious advances in business and personal productivity, creativity and innovation? Can't I just ignore the buzz?

Find out what web 2.0 is about and how serious the movement is in Paul's interesting and informative discussion. If you miss this set of disruptive innovations, it's going to be difficult to catch up.


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  • 1. Widgets, Folksonomies, Mashups and Syndication
    Paul Schumann
    July 23, 2009
    5 to 6:30 pm CDT
    Dimdim webinar
  • 2. Paul Schumann
    2
    Source: Wikipedia
  • 3. Outline
    Introduction
    Web 2.0
    Examples
    Web 2.0 Users
    Web 2.0 Taxonomy
    Getting started
    Future of web 2.0
    Resources
    3
    Paul Schumann
  • 4. Web 2.0 (The Machine is Us/ing Us)
    4
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  • 5. Folksonomy (Delicious)
    5
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  • 6. Paul Schumann
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  • 7. Mashups
    7
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  • 8. We Feel Fine
    8
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  • 9. Blogs
    9
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  • 10. Microblogs (Twitter)
    10
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  • 11. TweetDeck
    11
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  • 12. Twitter’s Growth
    12
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  • 13. Blog Search (Technorati)
    13
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  • 14. Syndication (RSS)
    14
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  • 15. Facebook
    15
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  • 16. Wiki
    16
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  • 17. Vlog
    17
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  • 18. TalkShoe
    18
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  • 19. Ning
    19
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  • 20. Central Texas Chapter of the World Future Society
    20
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  • 21. Widgets (Gadgets)
    21
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  • 22. Bazaar Voice
    22
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  • 23. BestBuy
    23
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  • 24. Market Intelligence System (Data Collection)
    Web
    Browsing
    Book
    marks
    Manager
    RSS Feed
    Key Bogs & Web Pages
    RSS Reader
    Review & Selection
    RSS Feed
    Blog /Web Content Analysis
    Keyword Selection
    RSS Feed
    Relevant Content
    Noise
    Research
    Report
    Personal Contact
    Report
    RSS Feed
    Subscribe
    24
    Glocal Vantage, Inc.
  • 25. Market Intelligence System(Data Evaluation/Organization)
    Tag & Rate
    Content
    Ask & Answer Questions
    Ask & Answer Questions
    Blog & Discuss
    Relevant Content
    Dialog & Conversation
    Rate & Report
    Synthesize & Report
    Insight
    Knowledge
    Summarize & Report
    Blog & Discuss
    Abstract & Provide Access
    25
    Glocal Vantage, Inc.
  • 26. Drivers
    Technology
    XML
    RSS
    Open software
    Broadband
    Demographics
    Youth
    Geography
    Ecology
    Interconnectedness
    Big systemic problems
    Social
    Openness
    Collaboration
    Community
    Political
    Transparency
    Democracy
    Economic
    Globalization
    Coase & Smith
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  • 27. Communication
    Book
    Newspaper
    Web site
    TV
    Web 2.0
    Many
    (Mass)
    Conversation
    Letter
    E-Mail
    Texting
    Polling
    Survey
    Individual
    (Few)
    Individual
    (Few)
    Many
    (Mass)
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  • 28. Social Technographics
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    Source: Groundswell
  • 29. Social Technographics Profile
    Paul Schumann
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    Source: Groundswell
  • 30. Principles of Web 2.0
    Being Open
    Peering
    Sharing
    Acting Globally
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    Source: Wikinomics
  • 31. Web 2.0 Taxonomy
    Applications
    Processes
    Tools
    Platforms
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  • 32. Applications (Partial List)
    Marketing
    Market research
    Creativity
    Customer relations
    Sales
    Collaboration
    User content creation
    Communication
    Project management
    Problem solving
    Strategy
    Insight
    Public relations
    Quality
    Friendship
    Writing
    Governance
    Citizenship
    Work (information)
    Play
    Entertainment
    Education
    Training
    Research
    Networking
    Innovation
    Foresight
    Stakeholder relations
    Productivity
    Vendor relations
    Dating
    Publication
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  • 33. Creativity
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    Form an affinity group
    List the problems
    Evaluate & rank the problems
    ID Problem
    Saturation
    Group research
    Automated research
    Incubation
    Group communication, dialog, conversation
    List the solutions
    Elaborate on the solutions
    Aha
    Evaluation
    Evaluate and rank solutions
  • 34. Getting Started
    Personal/Professional
    Use Twitter
    Get a RSS reader
    Get a Facebook or LinkedIn page
    Explore the web 2.0 world
    Follow your purpose/interest
    Identify tools that support your purpose/interest
    Continue to learn
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  • 35. Future
    Present:
    Personal (text, pictures, audio, video)
    Moving to: Business, nonprofits and government
    Future: Data
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  • 36. Paul Schumann
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    We shape our tools and our tools shape us.
  • 37. Paul Schumann
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    “Most of all, we need to preserve the absolute unpredictably and total improbability of our connected minds. That way we can keep open all the options, as we have in the past.” Lewis Thomas, 1973
  • 38. Resources
    Groundswell: Winning in a World Transformed by Social Technologies, Charlene Li & Josh Bernoff, Harvard Business Press, 2008
    Wikinomics: How Mass Collaboration Changes Everything, Don Tapscott & Anthony Williams, Portfolio, 2006
    The Starfish and the Spider: The Unstoppable Power of Leaderless Organizations, OriBrafman & Rod Beckstrom, Portfolio, 2006
    Blogs, Wikis, Podcasts and Other Powerful Tools for Classroom, Will Richardson, Corwin Press, 2006
    Extreme Democracy, Mitch Radcliffe & Jon Lebkowsky, Extreme Democracy, 2004
    Smart Mobs: The Next Social Revolution, Howard Rheingold, Basic Books, 2002
    http://incollaboration.ning.com/profiles/blogs/widgets-folksonomies-mashups
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  • 39. Forum
    http://incollaboration.ning.com/forum/topics/widgets-folksonomies-mashups
    Paul Schumann
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  • 40. Paul Schumann
    Glocal Vantage Inc, PO Box 161475, Austin, TX 78716
    512.632.6586
    paul.schumann@glocalvantage.com
    http://www.glocalvantage.com
    http://incollaboration.ning.com
    http://www.twitter.com/innovant2003
    Twibe: http://www.twitter.com/groups/future
    #future
    Want to go further? Contact me…
    Paul Schumann
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  • 41. This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution license. You may distribute, remix, tweak, and build upon this work, even commercially, as long as you credit me for the original creation as Paul Schumann, Glocal Vantage Inc, www.glocalvantage.com.