Checkpoint web 2.0 due fri

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Checkpoint: Web 2.0 1 Checkpoint: Web 2.0 Gus Arrieta XBIS/219 September 17 th , 2010 Shawn Reider
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Checkpoint: Web 2.0 2 Checkpoint: Web 2.0 Web 2.0, the second generation of the World Wide Web is the movement way from static WebPages to dynamic and shareable content intended for social networking. A web 2.0 site gives its users the free choice to interact of collaborate with each other in a social dialogue through media on each site that is entered, each user is a creator that generates the content in a virtual community, in contrast to websites where users have limited capabilities to the open viewing of content meant for them. Examples of Web 2.0 sites include blogs, wikis, social-networking sites like Myspace and Facebook, Video-sharing sites like Youtube, and web applications like JavaScript, Audiences suggested Web 2.0 meant new version of the world wide web or technical specifications, rather it referred to an arrangement in how software developers use the web. Tim Berners-Lee, World Wide Web Inventor, referred to
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