[Air-L] Web 2.0
u.reips at ikerbasque.org
Sun Oct 14 06:01:24 PDT 2012
for many purposes I believe it is much more useful to conceptualize
the development of the Web in a more continuous way (with
earthshaking events along the way, of course), and I consider any
serious attempts to empirically support the Web 1-2-3
conceptualization as failed.
If you search the air-l archives you'll find a discussion Alex
Havelais and others had a while back around this topic.
Here is an additional piece of mine:
Reips, U.-D., & Matzat, U. (2007). Web 2.0, Internet 2.1?
International Journal of Internet Science, 2, 1-2.
One quote from it: ""2.0" likely is an overblown marketing attempt.
Surely, "Web 1.7" wouldn't catch on as much."
All the best for your research!
At 2:43 Uhr +0100 14.10.2012, MM Veloso wrote:
>I`m doing a research about the influence of web 2.0 in participation (or
>At this moment I`m interested in the web 2.0 definition and web 3.0
>Can anyone recommend some must-read articles about web 2.0/web 3.0?
>(PhD student at University of Minho, Portugal)
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