The Threads Of Web20

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Another (and hopefully my last!) take on trends underlying Web 2.0

Another (and hopefully my last!) take on trends underlying Web 2.0

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  • As first speaker it falls to me to lay some of the groundwork for the later talks, introduce the key themes that will be expanded on by the later speakers. I’ve given a number of these talks over the last 18 months. I usually take the approach of introducing the social, business and technical trends that underlie Web 2.0. I reference the rise of broadband, a growing generation of digital natives, serious exploration of sustainable business models following the smash-and-grab of the dotcom boom, and the maturation of an number of key technologies and standards.

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  • 1. The Threads of Web 2.0 UKSG “Caught up in Web 2.0?” Seminar London, 22 nd November 2007 Leigh Dodds, Chief Technology Officer, Ingenta
  • 2. Teasing Apart The Threads Picture by Mr+G
  • 3. “My God, It’s Full of Stars” -- Dave Bowman, 2001 (A Space Odyssey)
  • 4. “My God, It’s Full of People” -- Tim O’Reilly, 2005 (Not Really) Picture © Jeff Ooi
  • 5. Thread 1.0 - People
  • 6. Thread 2.0 – Open Data
  • 7. Thread 2.0 – Open Data (Photos)
  • 8. Thread 2.0 – Open Data (Bookmarks)
  • 9. Thread 2.0 – Open Data (Documents)
  • 10. Thread 3.0 – Network Services
  • 11. Thread 3.0 – Network Services
  • 12. Thread 3.0 – Network Services
  • 13. Thread 3.0 – Network Services
  • 14. Thread 3.0 – Network Services
  • 15. Thread 3.0 – Network Services “ Mashups”
  • 16. Thread 4.0 – New Dimensions
  • 17. Thread 5.0 – Web of Data
  • 18. Thread 5.0 – Web of Data HELLO DAVE…
  • 19. Recommendations
    • Look for and enable communities
    • Encourage mashups and public sharing of data
    • Explore richer user interfaces and methods for displaying & presenting information
    • Understand you’re part of a network
    • Participate!
  • 20. Questions?