Archive for June, 2008

Jun 27 2008

War of the Web: Web 1.0 Versus Web 2.0

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If you’ve encountered Web 2.0, you’re probably wondering about Web 1.0. With all the attention placed on its
successor, you might be thinking about how the shift occurred, what Web 1.0 was all about and if it is still
relevant today. And yes, there’s probably the inevitable: what does Web 2.0 have that Web 1.0 sorely lacked? Here, we examine the past and the present:

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Jun 20 2008

Web 2.0: Hype or Reality?

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Web 2.0 has really created a whole new buzz among people who use the Internet for several purposes. If we surf the Net from time to time, we can’t help but find some references to Web 2.0. The term Web 2.0 began with Dale Dougherty of the O’Reilly Media together with Craig Cline of MediaLive when they were brainstorming for the apt term. So what is Web 2.0 after all?

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Jun 13 2008

Why is Web 2.0 Overrated?

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Clearly, innumerable people have decided to become Internet savvy themselves. Why wouldn’t they opt to be one when in fact everything in this world seems to be thriving on online portals. The various applications in the corporate, commercial, and industrial arenas are presently conducting all transactions via the Internet.

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Jun 06 2008

Will Web 2.0 Die This 2008?

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Even though a few years have already passed since its conception, the term ‘Web 2.0’ is still being considered a buzzword probably because people still aren’t able to pin an exact definition for it. Most, if not all, agree however that Web 2.0 is not a completely different ballgame from Web 2.0. What it is, instead, is an evolution of Web 1.0. Whether Web 2.0 will continue to evolve or die a long and painful death this 2008 remains to be seen.

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