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What is web 2.0 and what are the general technologies influencing it.

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      • The world has changed.
      • I see it in the water.
      • I feel it in the Earth.
      • I smell it in the air.
      • Galadriel, Lady of Light
      • J.R.R. Tolkien’s Lord of the Rings
    • Web 2.0 The Coming of the Storm by Keith McVean April 13, 2007
    • What We’re Covering
      • Where the Internet used to be
      • Where the Internet is now and why
      • Some of the technologies driving things (RSS, Wikis, etc.)
      • How this affects you
    • What We’re Not Covering
      • All the technologies that are Web 2.0 (AJAX, Podcasting, etc.)
      • How to use the thousands of Web 2.0 websites and services (see handout)
      • Where the Internet will be in the future
    • In The Beginning – Web 1.0
      • Web 1.0? (term was never used)
      • From creation of the web until circa 1995. (Some websites are still Web 1.0)
      • Companies used one-way communication in “corporate-speak” much like a brochure
    • In The Beginning – Web 1.0
      • Portals are huge! (Everything you want in one place)
      • Altavista, Excite, even Disney tried to become “the” portal.
      • Yahoo! was king!
    • In The Beginning – Web 1.0
      • Personal homepages are huge!
      • Numerous companies provided free space to host personal websites on the Internet
      • Geocities was king!
    • In The Beginning – Web 1.0
      • $3,600,000,000
      • Yahoo! Paid For Geocities in 1998
      • (That’s American Dollars!)
      • So Yahoo took over the world right?
    • In The Beginning – Web 1.0
      • WRONG!
    • In The Beginning – Web 1.0
      • What Happened?
    • In The Beginning – Web 1.0
      • What Happened?
      • Lots!
    • Why Web 2.0?
      • The fad of personal web pages passed
      • People wanted to communicate – not write web pages!
    • Why Web 2.0?
      • New technologies allowed for more user participation and required less knowledge and effort to post to the Internet
      • Critical mass of people with easy, high-speed access to the Internet
    • Why Web 2.0?
      • More and more data available on the web
      • Generation X and the Millennials! (Multitasking)
    • What is Web 2.0?
      • Collaboration
      • Sharing
      • Choice
    • What is Web 2.0?
      • Users in charge – no central authority
      • Direct and open communication
      • Trust is assumed by default
      • Open standards (nothing proprietary)
      • Mix and match of services (Mashups)
    • What is Web 2.0?
      • Users in charge – no central authority
      • Reuse is allowed
      • Powerful and easy to use interfaces
      • Continuous beta
    • What is Web 2.0?
      • Social Networks
      • Blogs
      • RSS
      • Social Bookmarking
      • Wikis
      • File-sharing
    • Rise of Social Networks
      • Social Networking allows people to create and extend relationships online
      • Online profiles, blogs, and other technologies allow people to keep in touch, organize events, and even act as support groups
    • Rise of Social Networks – Why?
      • Trying to connect with strangers…
      • With similar interests can be difficult
      • Anonymously increases people’s comfort level
      • Acts like an advertisement
    • Rise of Social Networks – Why?
      • Trying to connect with friends…
      • Is easier for reaching many friends simultaneously and organizing them
      • Is easier when you can keep up with their lives through tools supplied
      • Can create a sense of community
    • Rise of Social Networks Keith’s Roommates Keith Will Rachel
    • Rise of Social Networks Keith’s Friends Will Alana Keith Will Rachel Jess Larissa Amanda John Bryan Bill Tasha
    • Rise of Social Networks Keith’s Friends Know Each Other… Alana Will Rachel Jess Larissa Amanda John Bryan Bill Tasha Keith
    • Rise of Social Networks Keith’s Friends Have Friends John Bryan Bill Sue Brodie Dave Sonia Steve Guy From Work People From Linux Cafe Karina Dana Martial Arts People Lemon Tart Cooking Wife Teacher Mom Alana’s Sister Diving People Caving People Alana Keith Tasha Larissa Jess Will Amanda Rachel
    • Rise of Social Networks - Sites
      • Classmates.com
      • Facebook
      • LiveJournal
      • MySpace
      • OKCupid
      • SixDegrees.com
      And Many More!
    • Power of the Blog
      • A blog is a user-generated website where entries are made in journal style and displayed in a reverse chronological order
      • - Wikipedia
      • An online journal where people can people can read your frank comments and comment on them
      • - Keith
    • Power of the Blog
    • Power of the Blog
      • In November 2006, blog search engine Technorati was tracking more than 57 million blogs
      • In 2007 it is predicted that blogs will peak at 100 million
    • Power of the Blog
      • Allows quick and easy posts online
      • User can control who can see their posts
      • User can talk frankly
      • What can we post about?
    • Power of the Blog
      • Your Life
      • News
      • Politics
      • Events
      • Issues
      • Stories
      • Hobbies
      • Jokes
    • Power of the Blog
      • Your Life
      • News
      • Politics
      • Events
      • Issues
      • Stories
      • Hobbies
      • Jokes
      Anything you like!
    • Power of the Blog
      • Famous things that have happened because of blogs
      • Dan Rather resigned from CBS
      • Trent Lott resigned as the Senate Majority Leader
    • Return of RSS
      • RSS (Really Simple Syndication) allows you to know when websites are updated
      • Using an RSS reader you can quickly see what content on what webpages (if any) has changed
    • Return of RSS BBC CBC Wired CNet Rachel’s Blog ALA Techsource Internet News Libraries & Librarians Rock Library Garden Library Crunch Library Planet Phil Bradley’s Blog Stephen Lighthouse Tame The Web Longtail OKCupid Live Journal City of Mississauga MLS Region of Peel Friends on Flickr Keith’s Favourite Sites Will’s Blog Loop Kenzer & Company
    • Return of RSS BBC CBC Wired CNet Rachel’s Blog ALA Techsource Internet News Libraries & Librarians Rock Library Garden Library Crunch Library Planet Phil Bradley’s Blog Stephen Lighthouse Tame The Web Longtail OKCupid Live Journal City of Mississauga MLS Region of Peel Friends on Flickr How Long Do You Think It Takes… Will’s Blog Loop Kenzer & Company
    • Return of RSS BBC CBC Wired CNet Rachel’s Blog ALA Techsource Internet News Libraries & Librarians Rock Library Garden Library Crunch Library Planet Phil Bradley’s Blog Stephen Lighthouse Tame The Web Longtail OKCupid Live Journal City of Mississauga MLS Region of Peel Friends on Flickr … To Check All These Sites? Will’s Blog Loop Kenzer & Company
    • Return of RSS
      • RSS (Really Simple Syndication) was originally created 1999, RSS was largely ignored until the rising of blogs
      • Atom, a similar but alternative to RSS, works much in the same fashion
    • Return of RSS
      • You can find RSS feeds via search engines like Feedster.com and Syndic8.com
      • You can visit your favourite sites and look for the RSS link – usually in the form of a picture like this
      Return of RSS
    • Return of RSS
    • Freedom of Social Bookmarking
      • Social Bookmarking allows you to access your bookmarks anywhere
      • You can then share these bookmarks with yourself, your friends, or the world.
      • You can also use other people’s bookmarks to discover the best places on the web
    • Freedom of Social Bookmarking
      • Some Branches of the MLS are using Social Bookmarking services
    • Freedom of Social Bookmarking
      • When users enter in new sites they can add “tags” – searchable keywords
      • These tags act like subject headings do in Dynix
    • Freedom of Social Bookmarking Delicious Example
    • Freedom of Social Bookmarking
      • Hey! What’s that at the bottom of the del.icio.us page?
    • Freedom of Social Bookmarking
      • Hey! What’s that at the bottom of the del.icio.us page?
      You could subscribe and find out any time I put up a new bookmark!
    • Wisdom of Wikis
      • Wikis are websites that allow anybody to edit them – think of it as a community bulletin board
      • Wikis often contain specialized, hard to find content that is not available elsewhere
    • Wisdom of Wikis – Why Use Wikis?
      • Since anybody could edit the pages, wikis are not useful for academic reasons but can be useful for less restrictive purposes
      • Can often link to more authoritative sources
    • Wisdom of Wikis
      • Wikipedia is the largest and most popular wiki but there are others
      • Library Success and futurelib are book library focused wikis
    • Is Your YouTube Flickr-ing?
      • File sharing is a key component of Web 2.0 and many services have been created to share different kinds of files
      • Flickr (Photos), Youtube (Videos), Slideshare (PowerPoint Presentations), etc.
    • Is Your YouTube Flickr-ing?
      • Most of these services allow you to tag the files with keywords like in social bookmarking
      • Files can be shared with your yourself, your friends, or the world
    • Is Your YouTube Flickr-ing?
    • Is Your YouTube Flickr-ing?