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Web 2.0 refers to World Wide Web websites that emphasize user-generated content, usability and interoperability for end users. The term was popularized by Tim O'Reilly and Dale Dougherty at the O'Reilly Media Web 2.0 Conference in late 2004, though it ...


1 Definition; 2 The List. 2.1 Integration; 2.2 Communication; 2.3 Writing applications; 2.4 Web pages and sites; 2.5 Data gathering and analysis; 2.6 Data management and repositories; 2.7 Social bookmarking and references; 2.8 Media players and digial artifacts sharing; 2.9 Format convertors; 2.10 Multimedia editing, ...


The social nature of Web 2.0 is another major difference between it and the original, static Web. Increasingly, websites enable community-based input, interaction, content-sharing and collaboration. Types of social media sites and applications include forums, microblogging, social networking, social bookmarking, social ...


Jan 14, 2008 ... The definition of Web 2.0 defined and explained in simple language. ... Web 2.0 is term that was introduced in 2004 and refers to the second generation of the World Wide Web. ... Web applications - a broad range of new applications make it possible for users to run programs directly in a Web browser.


Oct 14, 2017 ... Instead of ranking each of the tools on this list in order, I have them organized into three general groups: Useful, Good, and Excellent. The “Excellent” tools are added to the “All-Time” list mentioned previously. Here are my fifty choices for The Best Web 2.0 Applications For Education In 2017: ...


May 15, 2007 ... This much is clear: Web 2.0 represents an important shift in the way digital information is created, shared, stored, distributed, and manipulated. In the years ahead, it will have a significant impact in the way businesses use both the Internet and enterprise-level IT applications. As the name suggests, Web 2.0 ...


Examples of Web 2.0. Hosted services, of which Google Maps is the prime example. Web applications (e.g., Internet-based word processing, spreadsheets, slide shows), including OpenOffice, Google Docs, and Flickr. Social networking. The online communities MySpace and Facebook are the most popular social network ...


Apr 18, 2007 ... A brief Introduction on what is WEB 2.0 and an overview on some applications of the Web2.0. Blogs, Wikis and Collaborative Tagging/Folksonomies.


Sep 11, 2017 ... Smartphone users spend almost the same amount of time on their smartphones as they do watching tv. The smartphone has enabled users to be connected and using web 2.0 applications on the go. This number will only grow as well all become connected with mobile phones, computers and tablets. [4].