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History of Web 2.0
The term, Web 2.0, first gained currency after the 2001 “dot.
Bomb” when the IT bubble that had lasted ...
The term "Web 2.0" was first used in January 1999 by
Darcy DiNucci, an information architecture consultant. In
her article...
is the current state of online technology as it compares to the
early days of the Web, characterized by greater user inter...
Basic Trust
User
Participatio
n
Long Tail
User As
ContributorFolksonomy
Rich User
Experience
Dispersion
Folksonomy
Traditional Web like Yahoo Directory and DMOZ uses a pre-
defined classification of Information like category &...
Long Tail
The traditional web was like a retail business the product is sold
directly to user and the revenue generated. B...
User As Contributor
In tradition web, the information is often provided by the site owner and
the user is always the recei...
Instagram
Youtube
Facebook
Twitter
Pinterest
 Web 2.0 based sites offer you an interactive user interface,
storage and software facilities through your browser.
 Alo...
Examples of Web 2.0
 Blogs. Good places to start your blog are
at Blogger.com and WordPress. Search engines for blogs
are...
THE END!!!
“Web 1.0 was making the
Internet for people, Web 2.0
is making the Internet better
for companies.” Jeff Bezos
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  1. 1. History of Web 2.0 The term, Web 2.0, first gained currency after the 2001 “dot. Bomb” when the IT bubble that had lasted a good 5 years burst. While some commentators suggested that the Internet had been over-hyped, other folks maintained that the crash signaled the end of the first phase of the Internet and suggested that the more exciting stuff was yet to come. They called this new phase or era “Web 2.0.” Whether Web 2.0 is substantively different from prior Web technologies has been challenged by World Wide Web inventor Tim Berners-Lee, who describes the term as jargon His original vision of the Web was "a collaborative medium, a place where we [could] all meet and read and write".[On the other hand, the term Semantic Web (sometimes referred to as Web 3.0 was coined by Tim Berners-Lee for a web of data that can be processed by machines
  2. 2. The term "Web 2.0" was first used in January 1999 by Darcy DiNucci, an information architecture consultant. In her article, "Fragmented Future", DiNucci writes:[4] The Web we know now, which loads into a browser window in essentially static screenfuls, is only an embryo of the Web to come. The first glimmerings of Web 2.0 are beginning to appear, and we are just starting to see how that embryo might develop. The Web will be understood not as screenfuls of text and graphics but as a transport mechanism, the ether through which interactivity happens. It will [...] appear on your computer screen, [...] on your TV set [...] your car dashboard [...] your cell phone [...] hand-held game machines [...] maybe even your microwave oven.
  3. 3. is the current state of online technology as it compares to the early days of the Web, characterized by greater user interactivity and collaboration, more pervasive network connectivity and enhanced communication channels. Web 2.0 applications often use advanced web features like AJAX to improve the speed of interaction, the term is more about the type of applications than the technology used. is the term given to describe a second generation of the World Wide Web that is focused on the ability for people to collaborate and share information online. Web 2.0 basically refers to the transition from static HTML Web pages to a more dynamic Web that is more organized and is based on serving Web applications to users.
  4. 4. Basic Trust User Participatio n Long Tail User As ContributorFolksonomy Rich User Experience Dispersion
  5. 5. Folksonomy Traditional Web like Yahoo Directory and DMOZ uses a pre- defined classification of Information like category & sub category. On the other hand Web 2.0 without sticking to the existing framework of classification , allows user create free classification/ arrangement of information. This is also known as Social tagging. T For example , the photo sharing site Flicker and Social Bookmarking of del.icio.us Rich User Experience Traditional web are built with HTML and CSS、CGI and had been offered as a static page . On the other hand Web 2.0 uses Ajax Asynchronous JavaScript + XML) presenting dynamic , rich user experience to users . For example, Google Provided Google Maps and Google Suggest
  6. 6. Long Tail The traditional web was like a retail business the product is sold directly to user and the revenue generated. But in web 2.0 the niche product is not sold directly but offered as a service on demand basis and income is generated as monthly fee and pay per consumption. The typical example is sales force CRM services and Google Apps User Participation In traditional web the contents are solely provider by the web site owner /company, but in web 2.0 the users participate in content sourcing. This is also known as Crowd sourcing. The typical examples are Wikipedia & You Tube. Dispersion In traditional web, the contents were delivered as direct site to home. But in web 2.0, the content delivery uses multiple channel include file sharing & permalinks. The typical examples are Bit Torrent and Mash up
  7. 7. User As Contributor In tradition web, the information is often provided by the site owner and the user is always the receiver. The information model was One Way . On the other hand Web 2.0 user also contributes to the content by means of Evaluation, Review & Commenting. The typical example is the Amazon.com – customer review section & Google’s Page Rank mechanism Basic Trust In traditional web the contents are protected under Intellectual Property Rights but on the other hand, in web 2.0 the contents are made available to share, reuse, redistribute and edit. The typical examples Wikipedia & Creative Common
  8. 8. Instagram Youtube Facebook Twitter Pinterest
  9. 9.  Web 2.0 based sites offer you an interactive user interface, storage and software facilities through your browser.  Along with accessing the information from the website, you can also control the data.  Flexibility, as far as the possibility of choosing technologies is concerned. Easier and faster access to information, When and where it is needed. The integration of a variety of technologies in the teaching-learning activities
  10. 10. Examples of Web 2.0  Blogs. Good places to start your blog are at Blogger.com and WordPress. Search engines for blogs are Technorati and Google Blog Search. There is a free Blogger add-in for editing blogs with MS Word. Social networking. The online communities MySpace and Facebook ar e the most popular social network sites used primarily by pre-college (MySpace) and older audiences (Facebook), respectively. Podcasts. Search engines for podcasts are at Podcast Alley and the iTunes podcast directory where there are tutorials showing how to create podcasts.
  11. 11. THE END!!! “Web 1.0 was making the Internet for people, Web 2.0 is making the Internet better for companies.” Jeff Bezos

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