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Web 2.0 has brought us more technology, but its not just about the technology its about the people and that is being seen globally as a communication and connectivity revolution. This revolution ...

Web 2.0 has brought us more technology, but its not just about the technology its about the people and that is being seen globally as a communication and connectivity revolution. This revolution connects people, information and knowledge on a scale not seen before. You can use social computing tools in smart ways to enable you to build a trusted network and communities of practice. Remember that social computing is about the "social" not just the "computing"

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Impact Of Technology   Social Computing   V4.0 Impact Of Technology Social Computing V4.0 Presentation Transcript

  • WIC Breakfast Series The Impact of Technology on Web 2.0 and Social Computing Maria Murphy Consultant SMS Mgmt & Technology Regional Lead Business Analysis MBA, Grad Dip Mgmt, B.Comm, RN 8 th November 2007
  • Who has time?
    • Life is really fast paced
    • Busy
    • Time poor
    • Me
    • Working full time
    • Kids, family, friends
    • Fitness
    • Learning and professional development
    • Help is on the way
    • Friends are gathering
    • … a revolution is growing
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  • Web 1.0 Lynx Browser Wars Microsoft FrontPage Sausage Software Mosaic Netscape Altavista ICQ Email Internet Explorer Dreamweaver HTML Adobe PDF
  • Web 2.0 What is it? AJAX RSS Atom XML XHTML Tagging Folksonomies Podcasting Vodcasting Wikis Blogs REST SOAP API CSS Microformats Search Engine Optimisation (SEO)
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  • Web 2.0 “ Social Computing” AJAX RSS Atom XML XHTML Tagging Folksonomies Podcasting Vodcasting Wikis Blogs REST SOAP API CSS Microformats Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) Sharing Collaboration User-centred Accessibility Joy of use Personalisation Networking Connecting Communicating Wisdom of Crowds
  • The Social Computing Revolution
    • Instant access to trusted network
    • Access to body of knowledge
    • Communities of practice
    • Experts & gurus
    • Access to friends and their friends and their friends
    • This is “ what networking should be” - linkedIn
    • Leveraging: the power of many
    • The power of permission: trust
    • The power of networks: the friend of my friend is my friend
    • The cost (time, energy): easiest way (anytime, anywhere) to make contact, communicate, share, collaborate with “friends”
  • Weapons of the revolution
    • Time poor?
    • Arm yourself with:
    • LinkedIn
    • Twitter
    • Del.icio.us
    • Facebook
    • YouTube
  • Linked in – know your troops http://www.linkedin.com
  • Twitter – field communications
  • del.icio.us – intelligence network http://del.icio.us/murphs
  • Facebook – command and control www.facebook.com
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  • Key messages
    • Social computing tools can connect people, information and knowledge
    • The connectivity revolution is fostering innovation as it is empowering the individual
    • Use social computing tools in “smart ways” to serve growing user demand to interact directly with government and organisations
    • Remember to concentrate on the “social”-part, not the “computing” part
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  • Questions? Maria Murphy Email: mmurphy@smsmt.com Blog: www.barocks.com Web: www.smsmt.com