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  • The first phase of the industrial revolution had coal or wood-generated steam power at its core. The second phase of the industrial revolution, known the “second industrial revolution” had the internal combustion engine and electrical motors and generators at its core. Others mention, iron to steel as a definitive break between the “first industrial revolution” and the “second.” The term the “second industrial revolution” is not one you hear everyday. It is a descriptive term for historians and lovers of history to help distinguish eras of industrial progress. There’s not an exact start date for the Second Industrial Revolution and one could argue there’s not that much new, from the first to the second.... After all, the steam car proceeded the internal combustion automobile and while electric motors were new, electricity itself was well known for nearly a century before. Steel was stronger and more durable than iron but in some applications it wasn’t all that different... What distinguishes the First and the Second Industrial Revolution are cumulative and steady advances in technology, application , and scale. There was a tipping point where one could argue that collectively a fundamental change had taken place and these changes together warranted a new classification, a new way of thinking about Industry and its impact on the world. Web 2.0 has similar overlap. What’s important is what people are doing with it? YouTube/JumpCut -- cultural, business, social, economic, historic, British transport industry by the city of Coventry. http://www.whr.co.uk/stock/bagnall-photos/index
  • There’s not an exact start date for the Second Industrial Revolution and one could argue there’s not that much new, from the first to the second.... After all the steam car proceeded the internal combustion automobile and while electric motors were new, electricity itself was well known for nearly 100 years. Steel was stronger and more durable than iron but in some applications it wasn’t all that different... What distinguishes the First and the Second Industrial Revolution are cumulative and steady advances in technology, application, and scale. There was a tipping point where one could argue that collectively a fundamental change had taken place and these changes together warranted a new classification, a new way of thinking about Industry and its impact on the world. Web 2.0 has similar overlap. What’s important is what people are doing with it? YouTube/JumpCut -- cultural, business, social, economic, historic, http://www.museum.com/ja/showdia/id=1461
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    1. 1. Web 2.0 (-2) <ul><li>Kevin Von Appen </li></ul><ul><li>Jim Spadaccini </li></ul><ul><li>Cynthia Graville </li></ul><ul><li>Kevin Pfefferle </li></ul>
    2. 2. This Workshop <ul><li>A quick introduction </li></ul><ul><li>Why we need to be involved (in Web 2.0?) </li></ul><ul><li>Rapid case studies. 5, 5 minute presentations </li></ul><ul><li>Web 2.0 make-overs. Choose an ASTC member site and make it 2.0 </li></ul>
    3. 4. 'Web Squared' <ul><li>5 years since the term &quot;Web 2.0&quot; was introduced. (Oct 2004) </li></ul><ul><li>Have we entered a new era? &quot;The Internet of Things&quot;, &quot;The Semantic Web&quot;, &quot;Ubiquitous Computing&quot;, &quot;Ambient Intelligence&quot;, or even &quot;Everyware&quot;.... </li></ul><ul><li>5 years ago YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, and most &quot;2.0&quot; sites didn't exist. </li></ul>
    4. 9. What does Web 2.0 represent? In the simplest terms.... In the simplest terms.... <ul><li>Web 2.0 represents fundamental change, turning the Web from a strictly informational resource into one with a strong social component. </li></ul>
    5. 10. 1.0 coal or wood generated steam power iron
    6. 11. 2.0 electric motors, internal combustion engine steel
    7. 12. What distinguishes the first from the second? Cumulative and steady advances in applications and scale . technology ,
    8. 13. Blogs, microblogs, podcasts, RSS social sites & social features wikis mashups widgets online video mapping 3D worlds Technology - most definitions include:
    9. 14. Technology - changes and advances in: The developer community online . Open source and service software products. For many, Internet connections are now as reliable as “dial tone.” Bandwidth and storage are dirt cheap. Computers and developer software are cheaper and more powerful.
    10. 15. Applications - changes and advances in: Communication and social networking. The role of “users” is different. They are now seen as contributors and potential collaborators. Content is increasingly atomized.
    11. 16. Applications - changes and advances in: “ Users” more likely to participate online. They have expectations that they should. A new generation of developers who have grown up with the technology. Web design has evolved and improved.
    12. 17. Applications - how many define Web 2.0: “ a social phenomenon referring to an approach to creating and distributing Web content itself, characterized by open communication, decentralization of authority, freedom to share and re-use... WikiPedia “ an architecture of participation” “ you control your own data” “ the People-centric Web” Tim O’Reilly “ ...a vision of the Web in which information is broken up into ‘microcontent’ units that can be distributed over dozens of domains...” Digital Web Magazine
    13. 18. Scale - growth, depth, and breadth: More “users,” developers and designers than ever before. More money. Q4 2007 The growth peaked $7,855,000,000 USD Source: National Venture Capital Association
    14. 19. Scale - growth, depth, and breadth: Mike Kuniavsky &quot;Information Shadows&quot; on Slideshare
    15. 20. Scale - growth, depth, and breadth: The Internet is more global, more diverse, and connecting more communities. Non-English language sites and users are rapidly increasing. (Baidu #9, Google India #12, QQ #15) There are more high-speed Internet users, and more places and ways to connect.
    16. 21. What distinguishes the first from the second? Cumulative and steady advances in applications and scale . technology ,
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