[Air-l] Web 2.0 - "the machine is us?"
ureips at genpsy.unizh.ch
Tue Feb 13 14:52:15 PST 2007
At 22:29 Uhr +0000 13.2.2007, Alexis Turner wrote:
>Did you perchance read the link I supplied before, in which I outlined what I
>thought the difference between 1.0 and 2.0 was? Mind you, it was a short
>thought piece, but if it really sucked so badly that you can't tell what I
>think the difference is and/or if you disagree with my assessment, let me
>know and I'll consider revising it.
>Full source: http://redheadedstepchild.org/destruct/?page=001753
>Cliff's notes: creative search and navigation capability
You there write: "The incredible thing is that it offers a radically
new approach to managing and finding information. Web 2.0 offers both
information and tools, if you will, where Web 1.0 offered only
information. Methods like XML, RSS, AJAX, and tagging, sites like
del.icio.us or netvibes - these offer methods more powerful than
search engines and hyperlinks for understanding, and finding, how
information is connected. They improve the ambient findability of
relevant material, communities, peers, and ideas."
So, wouldn't this mean that "Web 2.0" started with Google search? Or
... wait... it started with Yahoo catalogues. No ... wait ... it
it must have started with the implementation of Web *forms*. Uh oh,
and soon we are in TBL's office in Geneva looking at the first Web
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