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Capstone It 101 Final

  1. 1. WEB 2.0 By: Jenna Cavicchia Brittany Topham Daniel Driscoll Bofan Xia
  2. 2. OVERVIEW  Description of topic/overview  Description of hardware/software involved  Examples- companies & people involved  What it means to be working for a web 2.0 company  Demonstrations  Impact web 2.0 has on students/citizens  Controversies  Security Issues  Our view on web 2.0  Our website
  3. 3. WHAT IS WEB 2.0?  Not a definite something  Second generation of web development and design.  Web 2.0 “refers to the use of the internet for interpersonal content sharing and online service delivery.”  Features: aids communication, secures information sharing, interoperability, and collaboration.  KEY ASPECTS: 1. Interpersonal Computing -Involves person-to person interactions (P2P) -Its aspects are most commonly associated with the development of wikis, blogs, social networking sites, and viral video sites. 2. Web Services -Improves quality of interconnections between different web resources 3. Software as a Service -Offers online services to people
  4. 4. APPLICATIONS HARDWARE/SOFTWARE INVOLVED  Used in healthcare  WebMD Hardware: Software:  Record keeping/sharing Keyboard AOL Instant Mouse Messenger Printer Internet Explorer  Social networking Webcam Mozilla Firefox  Blogs, MySpace, Facebook, USB Adobe Photoshop Twitter RAM Windows XP Scanner AutoCAD Speaker Pidgin  Important advance in social HyperCam Google Earth service delivery  Governments (Israeli) have their own pages across Web 2.0
  5. 5. EXAMPLES OF WEB 2.0/PEOPLE INVOLVED Mark Zuckerberg- CEO of facebook Jimmy Wales- CEO of wikipedia Larry Page- CEO of google Chad Hurley- CEO of youtube Recent News! -Should Mark Zuckerberg have taken the 1 billion dollar offer from Yahoo?
  6. 6. WEB 2.0 BY EXAMPLE Web 1.0 Web 2.0  DoubleClick -->  Google AdSense  Ofoto -->  Flickr  Akamai -->  BitTorrent  -->  Napster  Britannica Online -->  Wikipedia  personal websites -->  Blogging  content management systems -->  Wikis
  7. 7. I love IT101!!
  8. 8. Suzy Smith loves IT101! Suzy Smith loves IT101?! Suzy Smith loves IT101!
  9. 9. How To: Create a Facebook account! All you need is a valid email address!
  10. 10. • A social networking site • Mission: “to give people the power to share and make the world more open and connected.” Millions of people use Facebook everyday to keep up with friends, upload an unlimited number of photos, share links and videos, and learn more about the people they meet.
  11. 11. Security Settings How to protect yourself on Facebook using the Settings options. •Manage password and emails associated with account. •Choose who can see your profile and personal information •Manage who can search for you •Control the information that is posted on NewsFeed •Control what information is available to applications you use on Facebook.
  12. 12. Publish something on Wikipedia! • “Wikipedia policy, which requires that articles and information be verifiable, avoid being original research, not violate copyright, and be written from a neutral point of view is not negotiable, and cannot be superseded by any other guidelines or by editors’ consensus” • don’t need to create an account to add information!! • Need to have reliable sources
  13. 13. How To: Upload a video to YouTube • Create an account or sign in. • Click the button on the top right-hand side of the homepage. • Choose a video file. (.AVI , .3GP, .MOV, .MP4, .MPEG or .MPG, .FLV, .SWF) • Click “upload video” • Enter the details required, the title of the video, the description of the video, what category the video should be in and the tags. • Hit 'Save' button and your title, description, etc. will be saved when your video has completed uploading!
  14. 14. a free web-based service that would allow people to watch and share their videos. more than 70 million videos being viewed daily
  15. 15. Harms of Web 2.0 • What you post may re- surface in the future. • Threatening to jobs when employers ‘Google’ applicant pools. • History saved to IP addresses • Viruses/Scams
  16. 16. WHAT IT MEANS TO WORK FOR A WEB 2.0 COMPANY- GOOGLE FOR EXAMPLE  Google Employees “At Google, we know that every employee has something important to say, and that every employee is integral to our success. We provide individually-tailored compensation packages that can be comprised of competitive salary, bonus, and equity components, along with the opportunity to earn further financial bonuses and rewards.”  An engineer’s Life at Google: *Our mission – to organize the world’s information and make it universally accessible and useful – requires exceptional thinking and technical expertise. *We work in small teams to promote spontaneity, creativity and speed. *We listen to every idea, on the theory that any Googler can come up with the next breakthrough. *We provide the resources to turn great ideas into reality. We offer our engineers “20-percent time” so that they’re free to work on what they’re really passionate about. Google Suggest, AdSense for Content and Orkut are among the many products of this perk.
  17. 17. CONTROVERSIES  Yelp!  Made companies pay to push bad reviews to bottom of page  A few bad posts can ruin a company’s business  Can we trust review sights anymore?  Facebook  Change in Terms of Service  “We can do whatever we want with your information forever”   Archive student’s paper’s- potential for copyright  Invalid information  Social networking profiles/descriptions can be false/bogus  Do companies have a right to inspect your Facebook profile?
  18. 18. SECURITY  quot;People are buying into this hype and throwing together ideas for Web applications, but they are not thinking about security, and they are not realizing how badly they are exposing their users.quot; – Billy Hoffman, SPI Dynamics  Web 2.0 sites more interactive than web  Viruses, Worms, Spyware  Hackers  Most Web 2.0 sites “trusted” by URL filtering- won’t be blocked even if they potentially have malicious code  Not blocked by enterprises  Can lead to many issues
  19. 19. HOW TO PROTECT YOURSELF  Enterprises  Adopt multi-layer approach  Install appliance that performs real-time code inspection of traffic flowing in/out of network  Personal  Don’t click links to sites that look unfamiliar  Use multiple techniques  Behavioral analysis, anti-virus signatures, network intelligence
  20. 20. OUR VIEWS ON WEB 2.0  Helpful in allowing you to connect with people all over the world.  Has hundreds of valuable features.  Usefulin many ways as long as you’re careful about what you post on it and how you use it.  a/Capstone.html
  21. 21. SOURCES         ook.Terms.Of.Use.Controversy-3655355.shtml   cio/legal/showArticle.jhtml?articleID=209601148  