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Unformatted text preview: ned gro ups o f users band to gether to so lve pro blems, create co de, and develo p services, are
also a type o f peer pro ductio n. These ef f o rts o f ten seek to leverage the so -called wisdo m o f cro wds,
the idea that a large, diverse gro up o f ten has mo re co llective insight than a single o r small gro up o f
trained pro f essio nals. Table 7.1 "Web 1.0 versus Web 2.0" lists several examples typically co nsidered to f all under the
Web 2.0 classif icatio n (a term co ined by publisher and pundit Tim O’Reilly), and each is o f f ered
alo ngside its f irst-generatio n Internet co unterpart.Adapted and mo dif ied f ro m the o riginal list
presented in T. O’Reilly, “What Is Web 2.0?” O’Reilly, September 30, 2005. Table 7.1 Web 1.0 versus Web 2.0
Web 1.0 Web 2.0 domain name speculation → search engine optimiz ation, fans, and followers page views → cost per click screen scraping → Web services publishing → participation content management systems → wikis directories (taxonomy) → tagging (“folksonomy”) Britannica Online → Wikipedia personal Web sites → blogging, status updates,...
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