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WEB 2.0 REVISITED
Wendy Lile
March 2, 2014
American Public University
WEB 2.0 TIMELINE
WEB 2.0 TRENDS
• RSS
• Wikis
• Tagging
• Mashups
• Blogging
• Podcasts
• Microblogging
• Content sharing
• Social networki...
WEB 2.0 CONTRIBUTORS
A few of the most important contributors to
advancement in technology and the Internet for
Web 2.0 ca...
REALLY SIMPLE SYNDICATION - RSS
For regular Internet users, RSS solves the
problem of having to visit multiple web sites
d...
OPEN-SOURCE PROGRAMMING
Open source programming is the direct result of the
shift between Web 1.0 and Web 2.0. Project
col...
POPULAR OPEN-SOURCE
SOFTWARE
• 7-zip
• Audacity
•
•
•
•
•

Mozilla Firefox & Thunderbird
Notepad++
Open Office
Ubuntu
VLC
WIKIS
Wikis make real-time collaboration possible. Wikipedia, the online
encyclopedia, is undoubtedly the largest running ...
SOCIAL NETWORKING
•
•
•
•

Facebook
Twitter
YouTube
Blogger
SOCIAL NETWORKING FOR
BUSINESS
MOBILE TECHNOLOGY
New portable devices signified a “paradigm shift” in the way we use all
technology. Now, social media, b...
ANDROID
Features:
• Social networking account synchronization with all apps

• Largest amount of free apps in the Play Sto...
APPLE IPHONE
Features:

•
•
•
•

Siri – Personal assistant
iTunes
Facetime
Email with built-in social networking capabilit...
WINDOWS PHONE
Features:
• Proprietary, Windows-specific apps and operating system

• Restriction of Windows competing apps...
WEB 3.0
• Facebook Connect®
• “Real speech” search capabilities
• Browser as a personal assistant
• Location-based service...
WHERE ARE WE HEADED?
• Virtual or 3-D worlds
• Artificial Intelligence
• Normalcy of a higher technology
• Widespread and ...
CONCLUSION
Our web will
continue to evolve
over time. It seems
to shift about every
10 years by the
versions alternating
b...
REFERENCES
• Educause Learning Initiative. (2005). Retrieved from
http://net.educause.edu/ir/library/pdf/eli7004.pdf
• FSF...
…
• Society for Technical Communication. (n.d.). Retrieved from
http://intdev.stc.org/wp-content/uploads/2001/06/Timeline_...
GRAPHIC REFERENCES
• Image 1: https://www.gnu.org/graphics/gnuhornedlogo.html
• Image 2: http://www.sanjta.org/?p=408
• Im...
…
• Image 7: http://forwallpapers.com/social-media-icon-collage-hd-forwallpapers.html
• Image 8: http://www.wakeupjohnsmit...
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  1. 1. WEB 2.0 REVISITED Wendy Lile March 2, 2014 American Public University
  2. 2. WEB 2.0 TIMELINE
  3. 3. WEB 2.0 TRENDS • RSS • Wikis • Tagging • Mashups • Blogging • Podcasts • Microblogging • Content sharing • Social networking • Instant messaging • Users create content • Location-based services • Search engines use keywords • Internet beyond the computer
  4. 4. WEB 2.0 CONTRIBUTORS A few of the most important contributors to advancement in technology and the Internet for Web 2.0 came from RSS, open-source programming, wikis, social networking, and mobile technology
  5. 5. REALLY SIMPLE SYNDICATION - RSS For regular Internet users, RSS solves the problem of having to visit multiple web sites daily, or more, to receive desired content.
  6. 6. OPEN-SOURCE PROGRAMMING Open source programming is the direct result of the shift between Web 1.0 and Web 2.0. Project collaboration and information sharing, along with program coding, define open-source programming
  7. 7. POPULAR OPEN-SOURCE SOFTWARE • 7-zip • Audacity • • • • • Mozilla Firefox & Thunderbird Notepad++ Open Office Ubuntu VLC
  8. 8. WIKIS Wikis make real-time collaboration possible. Wikipedia, the online encyclopedia, is undoubtedly the largest running wiki, but any project that needs collaboration is possible with open-editing. Open-editing allows anybody to edit the content. The wiki provider usually has a back-up of changes made to avoid incorrect edits or spam.
  9. 9. SOCIAL NETWORKING • • • • Facebook Twitter YouTube Blogger
  10. 10. SOCIAL NETWORKING FOR BUSINESS
  11. 11. MOBILE TECHNOLOGY New portable devices signified a “paradigm shift” in the way we use all technology. Now, social media, blogging, wikis, and RSS is in our pockets, along with the world wide web. Android, iPhone, and Windows, along-side device manufacturers, make it all possible to carry our Internet lives with us wherever we go.
  12. 12. ANDROID Features: • Social networking account synchronization with all apps • Largest amount of free apps in the Play Store • Open-source operating system platform lets you “Root” your phone
  13. 13. APPLE IPHONE Features: • • • • Siri – Personal assistant iTunes Facetime Email with built-in social networking capabilities
  14. 14. WINDOWS PHONE Features: • Proprietary, Windows-specific apps and operating system • Restriction of Windows competing apps and programs • Limited customization of themes and settings
  15. 15. WEB 3.0 • Facebook Connect® • “Real speech” search capabilities • Browser as a personal assistant • Location-based services • Personal web • APIs • Dynamic and interactive websites • Ontologies
  16. 16. WHERE ARE WE HEADED? • Virtual or 3-D worlds • Artificial Intelligence • Normalcy of a higher technology • Widespread and universal technology usage
  17. 17. CONCLUSION Our web will continue to evolve over time. It seems to shift about every 10 years by the versions alternating between improving back-end and frontend applications and styles.
  18. 18. REFERENCES • Educause Learning Initiative. (2005). Retrieved from http://net.educause.edu/ir/library/pdf/eli7004.pdf • FSF.org. (2014). Front Page – Free Software Foundation. Retrieved from http://www.fsf.org/ • OSI. (2014). Open-Source Initiative. Retrieved from http://opensource.org • Rouse, Margaret. (2008). GNU Linux. Retrieved from http://searchenterpriselinux.techtarget.com/definition/GNU-linux • Meloncon, L. & Singleton, M. (2014). A Social Media Primer for Technical Communicators. Retrieved from http://intdev.stc.org/2011/06/a-socialmedia-primer-for-technical-communicators/
  19. 19. … • Society for Technical Communication. (n.d.). Retrieved from http://intdev.stc.org/wp-content/uploads/2001/06/Timeline_of_popular.jpg • Steve. (2012). Top five risks companies face when using social media. Retrieved from http://socialmediainbusiness.com/top-five-risks-companiesface-when-using-social-media • Strickland, Jonathan. (n.d.). How Web 3.0 will work. Retrieved from http://computer.howstuffworks.com/web-30.htm • WhatisRSS.com. (n.d.). What is RSS? RSS Explained. Retrieved from http://www.whatisrss.com/
  20. 20. GRAPHIC REFERENCES • Image 1: https://www.gnu.org/graphics/gnuhornedlogo.html • Image 2: http://www.sanjta.org/?p=408 • Image 3: http://networksboise.com/social-media-and-business-a-perfectremedy-or-digital-snake-oil/ • Image 4: http://maziermedia.com/social-media-marketing/ • Image 5: http://logosgallerypicture.blogspot.com/2014/01/apple-logo.html • Image 6: http://www.tutoriais3dmax.com.br/2012/02/tutorial-3d-maxmodelando-o-mascote-do.html
  21. 21. … • Image 7: http://forwallpapers.com/social-media-icon-collage-hd-forwallpapers.html • Image 8: http://www.wakeupjohnsmith.co.uk/open-source-how-to-freakout-your-boss/ • Image 9: http://socialmediainbusiness.com/top-five-risks-companies-facewhen-using-social-media

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