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art

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connor beard

on 9 November 2011

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The gallery and Internet Facebook is a social networking website. Individuals can post a profile then add friends and communicate with them via messages. Networks are created by organisations (schools, companies, charities, groups) on company pages which recruit members from individual profiles. Facebook Twitter is a social networking and micro-blogging service. People who have an account post 140 character max ‘tweets’ which their friends and followers can respond to by the internet, instant message or SMS. Youtube A blog is a contraction of weblog and is a kind of online diary. Often used to give updated information such as commentaries, descriptions and accounts, they are written with the most recent entry at the top. Blog
software is widely available and easy to use. You can make blogs more varied and entertaining by inserting photos,videos and podcasts into them. You can make them easier to find by RSS and indexing. The following table lists some of the different ways to vary the content of blogs and increase blog traffic (readers to a blog). Another embedded source he uses is YouTube to display, for example,
interviews with the artists. Material is also provided by the artists themselves
who film themselves creating a work of art then speed it up to show how
the work emerges. They also use it to give short lessons in drawing aimed
especially at children – how to draw cartoon characters, how to draw
monsters, how to draw facial expressions. IndepArt uses a range of Web 2.0 technologies. Like many important concepts, Web 2.0 doesn’t have a hard boundary. It was designed to improve the interactive aspect of the web. Web 1.0 Web 2.0
Netscape → Google Chrome
DoubleClick → Google AdSense
Machine based software → Online software
Kodak Gallery (Ofoto) → Flickr
distributed computing → BitTorrent
mp3.com → Napster
Britannica Online → Wikipedia
personal websites → Blogging
domain name speculation → Search engine optimisation
page views → Cost per click
publishing → Participation
content management systems → Wikis
directories → Tagging Flickr is an online photo storage and photo
management site. Members can upload their
photos into their account and then share
them with family and friends, or keep them
private. If they want to be creative, they can
print off photos into cards, posters, photo
books, calendars and onto canvas Podcasts Podcasts are digital audio or video files.
Certain radio programmes are converted
into podcast format of MP3 so that they can
be listened to either on the computer or
downloaded on to an MP3 player at any time RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is used to
subscribe to the feed of a blog, website
or other media content (such as music or
video) and saves the trouble of having to
visit favourite websites to see whether they
have been updated. That information comes
straight to a feed reader such as Google
Reader which the user sets up with sources
of interest http://technorati.com/
Technorati is an internet search engine for
indexing and searching blogs. Technorati
sends out electronic automated ‘spiders’ to
identify and categorise the material plus any
incoming and outgoing links, and return that
information to the Technorati database. It is
then added to the information coming from
millions of other blogs, cross-referenced, and
made available to users searching for specific
topics
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