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Social computing in the Web 2.0 era

This new monthly column, "Buzz Networks," will provide insights, descriptions, analysis, and evaluation of some of the Web 2.0 businesses and concepts that are gaining credibility and providing utility for both end consumers and businesses. It won't delve deeply into the underlying technology, but rather will focus on the user acceptance and business viability of these platforms. We look forwar......

Full article >>> interaction, collective content creation, and shared expertise. You might also call it participatory media, social computing, or as Newsweek's recent cover story headlined, "Putting the `We" in Web." Tim O'Reilly succinctly summarized Web 2.0 in a recent commencement speech at UC Berkeley: "The real heart of Web 2.0 is harnessing collective intelligence."

What are some characteri......

Full article >>> br> Mashups - Combines applications to create a new use, i.e. mapping combined with photo tags and mapping combined with real estate (Frappr, HousingMaps, Mappr, etc.)

Open source software - Public software readily available for sharing, enhancing, and use ......

Full article >>> norati, Wink, etc.)

Social networks - Online networking platforms allowing social interaction (CollectiveX, Jigsaw, Linked In, MySpace, Plaxo, et......

Full article >>> that stay ahead of the mob will be the winners in our increasingly competitive environment.

Paul J. Gibler, "The Web Chef," is principal consultant for ConnectingDots, an e-business and marketing strategic consulting and training company. In addition to his column for WTN, Buzz Networks, Paul speaks on e-marketing and wri......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Paul Gibler 07/02/06


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