Web 2.0 and Peer Production

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Web 2.0 and Peer Production 13:49 What is Web 2.0? Web 2.0  is a loose collection of information technologies and applications, and the  websites that use them. Internet services that foster collaboration and information sharing; characteristics that  distinctly set “Web 2.0” efforts apart from the static, transaction-oriented Web sites of  “Web 1.0”  Often applied to Web sites and Internet services that foster social media or other sorts  of peer production Some examples   from Web 1.0 to Web 2.0 Britannica online Kodak express Doubleclick Instant Messaging Personal web sites Content management systems Social Media Web-based efforts that foster peer production: Social media or user-generated content  sites Social media: Content that is created, shared, and commented on by a broader  community of users Services that support the production and sharing of social media include blogs, wikis,  video sites like YouTube, and most social networks Blogs “Web log” ; “Do it yourself” publishing tool Individual or corporate blogs In plain English Key features
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This note was uploaded on 04/02/2012 for the course MCGR 331 taught by Professor Samerfaraj during the Fall '12 term at McGill.

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