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Julian Garcia

on 20 May 2010

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Transcript of Ubiquity

Ubiquity ‘Existence or apparent existence everywhere at the same time; omnipresence.’ Advantages Interact with people without having to be in their presence.

Interactions that before had to be done personally This allows people to be conected to the entire world without having to leave their home. Web applications that facilitate interactive information sharing. Users can interact with each other and with the web. Web 1.o vs. Web 2.0 Participation involves the users into the web. Web 2.0 allows people to have blogs and blog site agregation instead of personal websites. Allows user to participate instead of only publishing. Allows large interactive process instead of web content. Buying or selling objects Having conversations Meeting people Even business can be done through technology Cloud Computing It is an internet based computing Allows people to be able to use software and information by sharing without having to have in your computer. The users don’t own the physical infrastructure. Copyright The right of the creator or owner of a work to copy, modify and distribute it. Copyright last for a determined time and after that time it enters public domain. The law ensures that the copyright is applied and it is enforced by it. Copyright includes trademarks and patents. Copyleft The author or owner gives permission to reproduce, adapt or distribute but the product is still tied to the same license. Gives more freedom to the users as they can ‘interact’ with the product and there are not so many restrictions by the creator’s rights. It is mainly used in computer software, music, documents and art.
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