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  • 1. Web 1.0, 2.0 and Beyond
    Dorai Thodla
    iMorph, Inc.,
    Twitter Id: dorait
    Email: dorait@imorph.com
  • 2. Did You Know?
    A Video Tour of Trends
  • 3. Co-evolution
  • 4. Internet – A Time Line
  • 5. Internet
    Computers
    Ethernet
    TCP/IP
    Born in late 60s and early 70s
    Dominant Applications
    FTP
    Email
    Defense Use
  • 6. Web 1.0
    Layered On Top of Internet
    Sharing Documents
    Protocol – http
    Format – html
    Very Static (initially)
    Evolution
    Dynamic Content
    Data Driven
    Became mainstream with browser and Server development (both open source)
  • 7.
  • 8. Web 2.0 Tag Cloud
  • 9. Web 2.0 Apps
    Blogs ( Wordpress, Blogger)
    Wikis (Wikipedia, Mediawiki)
    Social Networks (Facebook, Orkut, LinkedIn, Ning)
    Podcasting (iTunes)
    Social Bookmarking (Delicious, StumbleUpon)
    Screencasting (CommonCraft)
    Video (YouTube, Vimeo)
  • 10. Blogs
    A Blog is normally a single page of entries.
    A blog is organized in reverse-chronological order,
    A blog is normally public -- the whole world can see it.
    A blog is written using a Web Based Editor (can also be done using email or Word or any other authoring tool)
  • 11. A Blog Page
  • 12. Blog – A Mind Map
  • 13. Wikis
    Wiki is a short form of Wiki Wiki Web
    Wiki – A collaboration tool
    A knowledge repository
    Multiple authors
    Multiple Roles (edit, view)
    Wiki Words
    Wiki Links
    Back Links
    Built In Search
    Automatic Versioning
    Wiki Engines
    Wikis in Plain English (Video)
  • 14. Wiki Trends
  • 15. Other Uses of MediaWiki Engine
  • 16. Podcasting, Screen Casting And Sketch Casting
    Podcasting
    (iTunes)
    Screen Casting
    Camtasia
    Sketch Casting
    Video
  • 17. Micro Blogging - Twitter
    Tweets
    Re-Tweets
    Twitter-Lists
    Followers
    Friends
    Trends
    Twitter-Search
    Why is Twitter So Popular?
  • 18. Mashups
    A way to flexibly combine applications
    Build custom applications in hours and days
    Introduction to Mashups (Video)
    Resources:
    Programmable Web
    MashupUnconference
    Enterprise Mashups
  • 19. RSS and Atom Feeds
    An XML based format for syndicating content
    Blogs
    News Feeds
    Feed Readers
    Google Reader
    Feed Search Engines
    Feed Aggregators
    RSS in Plain English (video)
  • 20. A Sample RSS Feed
  • 21. Social Media
    Social Media (Video)
    Social Networks (Video)
    Twitter – A micro-blogging service (video)
    Blogs (Video)
  • 22. The Semantic Web
    Parallax Demo (video) - http://www.freebase.com/labs/parallax/index.html/
    Semantic Web (Video)
    RDF Tutorial (video)
  • 23. An Example
    @prefix : <http://www.example.org/> .
    :john a :Person .
    :john :hasMother :susan .
    :john :hasFather :richard .
    :richard :hasBrother :luke .
    http://www.rdfabout.net/intro/?section=contents
  • 24. Semantic Web Concepts
    RDF – Resource Description Framework
    Expresses semantics in triples
    A web page consists of a set of RDF statements
    RDF can be embedded in web pages using RDFa
    SPARQL allows you to query web as a database
  • 25. RDF, RDFS, OWL
    Just like databases have a schema, RDF has a schema language called RDFS
    OWL is a Ontology Web Language to provide a more powerful description of resources and their valid relationships
    Different websites can share common vocabularies to refer to similar objects
  • 26. Some Sample Vocabularies
    FOAF – Friend of a Friend
    BIO - A vocabulary for biographical information
    Dublin Core – Author meta data
    GEO - A vocabulary for representing latitude, longitude and altitude information
    More info at:
    http://www.schemaweb.info/
  • 27. Future Directions in Learning
    MIT Sketchboard
    Siftables

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