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The web take two

  1. 1. ...the web as platform Dott. Romeo Pruno “Europa e..non sol . o” University of Camerino dialogo intorno ai confini Senigallia, 11-14 settembre 2006
  2. 2. Introduction   The web as platform  Data is the next intel inside  Examples of web 2.0 usage
  3. 3. Introduction   The web as platform  Data is the next intel inside  Examples of web 2.0 usage
  4. 4. Web 100 0.x 90 80 Web 70 1.0 Web 60 2.0 50 40 30 20 10 0 Web 0.x Web 1.0 Web 2.0 Content Producer Content Consumer Web 0.x – Few producers to many consumers  Web 1.0 – M any producers to “everybody”  Web 2.0 – Everybody to “everybody” 
  5. 5. The key of“w eb 2. i the parteci on! 0” s pati Users has to modify content Trust your user A large number of applications requires Our server has only platform your data! Trust your Scalability server Sofwtare and platform User as are dynamics with add-ins Perpetual co- Users preferences beta developer not feedback
  6. 6. Thanks to this new conceptual model, today is possible to make everithing that comes up in our mind! To share   To speak  To work  To study  .... ....with web 2.0 theese functions are increased with the partecipation of users!
  7. 7. Web 1.0 Web 2.0 Partecipation Publishing Ofoto Flickr Britannica online Wikipedia Personal websites Blogging CMS Wikis
  8. 8. Introduction   The web as platform  Data is the next intel inside  Examples of web 2.0 usage
  9. 9. weB-LOG   Wiki  Social Bookmarking  Start Pages  Image store and sharing  Web-Based Word Processing  OnLine calendars  Team Collaboration
  10. 10. 1994-2001 The modern blog evolved from the online diary where people would keep a  running account of their personal lives. The term quot;weblogquot; was coined by Jorn Barger on 17 December 1997. The  short form, quot;blog,quot; was coined by Peter Merholz, who jokingly broke the word weblog into the phrase we blog in the sidebar of his blog in April or May of 1999. By 2001, blogging was enough of a phenomenon that how-to manuals began  to appear, primarily focusing on technique. The importance of the blogging community (and its relationship to larger society) increased rapidly. 2002- 2004 Since 2002, blogs have gained increasing notice and coverage for their role in  breaking, shaping, and spinning news stories. The Iraq war saw bloggers taking measured and passionate points of view that go beyond the traditional left-right divide of the political spectrum. In 2004, the role of blogs became increasingly mainstream, as political  consultants, news services and candidates began using them as tools for outreach and opinion forming. Even politicians not actively campaigning, such as the UK's Labour Party's MP Tom Watson, began to blog to bond with constituents.
  11. 11. 2005... More than 250.000.000 of blogger in the world  100 new blogger every 1 hour  A variety of different systems are used to create and maintain  blogs Dedicated web applications can eliminate the need for blogger  to manage this software
  12. 12. Title   Body  Post date  Comments  Categories
  13. 13. It is a type of website that allows visitors to easily add, remove, or otherwise edit and change some available content, sometimes without the need for registration.
  14. 14. Social Bookmarks Manager  The site came online in late  2003 Everything posted to  is publicly viewable by default
  15. 15. Start pages that allows your favorite content to be displayed, rearranged, and viewed dynamically whenever you want. You can take news from: Blogs  Forum  Newspapers  Emails  .... 
  16. 16. the best way to store, search,  sort and share your photos Blog the photos you take  with a cameraphone Securely and privately show  photos to your friends and family around the world
  17. 17. Share document  Edit your document  anywhere Store your document  online
  18. 18. Share agenda  Collaborative  appointments Chek tour app.  anywhere
  19. 19. Organize tasks  Forum  Workspaces  On line meetings 
  20. 20. Introduction   The web as platform  Data is the next intel inside  Examples of web 2.0 usage
  21. 21. Database management is a core competence of  Web 2.0 architectures!  More persons says “SQ L i the new H TM L” s .... this fact leads to a key question:
  22. 22. What do you think about the possibility to write  your“secret busi ness pl usi w ri y,and an” ng tel send it via gmail?  W hen w e use an “identi account”,w here are ty stored our personal data?
  23. 23. Web 2.0 represents a methodology and not an instrument, so when you want to use this conceptual model in your company, please take care your identity!
  24. 24. Introduction   The web as platform  Data is the next intel inside  Examples of web 2.0 usage
  25. 25. Collab. word processing Indexing and Survey search Collaborative Work Instant space messag. Portal Discussi File on sharing Groups Forum
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