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Sldies I used to facilitate a session with MIMAS

Sldies I used to facilitate a session with MIMAS

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  • 1. MIMAS web 2.0 Scott Wilson, CETIS This work is licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 2.0 licence http://www.cetis.ac.uk/members/scott/foaf.rdf
  • 2. Are you Web 2.0?
  • 3. What is web 2.0?
    • There is no “real” definition, but it’s a recognizable pattern…
    • … where services tend to be user-centric, distributed, co-created, evolving, open and extensible with rich user experience
    • Tag clouds and rounded corners are entirely optional
  • 4. O’Reilly’s take
  • 5. User-centric
    • Personalised &&|| Personal
    • “ Identity 2.0”
    • Profiles
    • Usability
    • “ Long tail”
    • Self-service
  • 6. Distributed
    • “Do one thing well”
    • Widgets
    • Software As A Service
    • Infrastructure As A Service
    • Device independence
  • 7. Co-created
    • User created content
    • “Architecture of participation”
    • Creative Commons
    • Remix Culture
    • “Radical trust”
  • 8. Evolving
    • Feedback loops
    • “ Perpetual beta”
    • Emergent behaviour
    • “ Collective intelligence” & social networks
    • Layered metadata
    • Folksonomy
  • 9. Open & Extensible
    • Proper URLs For Proper Objects
    • Feeds
    • APIs
    • Microformats
    • REST & open data
    • Hackability
    • Mashups
  • 10. Rich user experience
    • Rich web applications
      • Highly responsive interfaces
      • AJAX
    • Rich internet applications
      • iTunes
    • Smartifacts
      • Nabaztag
  • 11. The dark side…
    • Walled gardens that “look” 2.0: Facebook
    • Accessibility
    • Usability
    • Rights and licenses
    • Reliability
    • Sustainability
  • 12. Barriers…
    • Third-party licenses
    • Requires actual users!
    • Doesn’t fit the “brown bread” ethos…