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lecture2 - PIC 40A Lecture 2 The State of the Web Web 1.0...

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PIC 40A Lecture 2: The State of the Web
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Web 1.0 term describing the state of the Web from 1990's to early 2000's "brochure web" small number of companies and advertisers producing content for users to access a lecture (small number of professors informing a large number of students)
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What is Web 2.0? term coined in 2003 by Dale Dougherty of O'Reilly Media describes the recent trend of using the Web as a platform to create collaborative, community-based sites
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Web 2.0 companies provide the platforms the user helps create, organize, share, remix, critique, and update content using those platforms everyone has an opportunity to speak and share views (a conversation, not a lecture) • eg Facebook ® , Twitter ® , Wikipedia ® , YouTube ® , MySpace ® , eBay ®
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