01 September 2008

Web 2.0

Web 2.0 is the representation of the evolution of traditional applications to web applications focused on the end user. The Web 2.0 is an attitude and not just a technology.

The Web 2.0 is the transition has been from traditional applications to applications that run through the Web focused on the end user. This is generating collaborative applications and services that replace the desktop applications.

This is a stage that has defined new projects on the Internet and is concerned about providing better solutions for the end user. Many claim that we have reinvented what was the Internet, others speak of bubbles and investment, but the reality is that the natural evolution of the medium really has proposed things more interesting.
Web 2.0 examples
Web 1.0 > Web 2.0
Doubleclick –>
Google AdSense
Ofoto –>
Flickr Akamai –> BitTorrent ()
mp3.com –> Napster
Britannica Online –>
Personal Websites –>

WEB 2.0 Humor


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