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Web 1.0 - Web 2.0

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Ulana Ogrodnik

on 22 November 2012

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WEB 1.0 - WEB 2.0 By: Ulana Ogrodnik WHY EVEN HAVE A
WEB 1.0 & WEB 2.0 What exactly is Web 1.0? Static Proprietary Not Interactive ISSUES WITH WEB 1.0 TECHNICAL CONTENT Standards & Formats Architecture & Implementation Accuracy
Legal Concerns BAD SCENARIOS FOR WEB 1.0
TODAY User finds page with invitation to project launch and travels to the meeting...unfortunately that event took place 5 years ago Invoice for domain name is not paid, as administrator has left Web site domain name taken over by porn company So then, what's Web 2.0? WEB 2.0 * Use of third party services

*Content = collaboration & communication

*Richer diversity of services
(not just a file on a filestore/CMS/database)

*More complex IPR issues WEB 2.0 Emphasizes tools and platforms that enable users to tag, blog, comment, modify, augment, rank, etc., "Participatory Web" ...Web 2.0 Continued User contribution is key to market dominance in Web 2.0 “Wisdom of Crowds”; users add value ex. Wikipedia- content can be added/edited by any web user, Ebay- User reviews, Flickr- tagging images, etc. ..... Reaches out to the entire web Leverages customer self-service Encourages uniqueness of each individual and allows them to choose instead of forcing them to use what you have made ..... Value is not easily contributed Companies set inclusive defaults for aggregating user data and building value as side effect of ordinary use of the application Benefits of Web 2.0 Low Cost Loyalty SEO What's Next? WEB 3.0
YOU! Transition from passively observing the information accessible... ....to taking an active part in making that information available Beginning of the evolution stages of the internet
Time where unless the user has knowledge of how to code, they could only view the internet, but could not add their own contributions Way to define certain upgrades within the
system, and the natural changes that occurs as society's needs for the Web develop
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