[Air-l] Web 2.0 - "the machine is us"
ureips at genpsy.unizh.ch
Sun Feb 11 15:06:29 PST 2007
Hi Cliff, air-ls,
don't fall for the 2.0 marketing scheme.
Besides, we're alrady at 3.0: http://www.web3dot0.org/
CHeers --u ;-)
At 14:58 Uhr -0800 11.2.2007, Clifford Tatum wrote:
>This 5-minute video was recently posted on YouTube, by Michael Wesch
>at Kansas State University, and provides a really cool introduction
>to Web 2.0.
>In the run up to the Vancouver abstract deadline I talked with a
>number of colleagues about Web 2.0 research. Although we seemed to
>have an implicit agreement on the definition of Web 2.0, based on
>O'Reilly's technology / functionality / commercial oriented
>definition, it appears that a 'formal' definition is still very much
> From a research definition perspective, I'm looking forward to the
>AoIR-8 presentations in Vancouver, where a Web 2.0 definition will
>surely expand and evolve.
> From a pedagogical perspective, I will likely use Wesch's video as
>an introduction into Web 2.0 discussion, and then perhaps supplement
>it with the O'Reilly piece.
>I'm interested in how others are defining/teaching Web 2.0. Also,
>does anyone have a favorite reference for Web 2.0?
>Dept. of Communication
>University of Washington
>clifford at u.washington.edu
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