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2. Key Web 2.0 services/applications
2.1 Blogs
2.6 RSS and syndication
2.7 Newer Web 2.0 services and applications
3. The big ideas behind Web 2.0
3.1 Individual production and User Generated Content
3.2 Harnessing the power of the crowd
3.3 Data on an epic scale
3.4 Architecture of Participation
3.5 Network effects, power laws and the Long Tail
3.6 Openness
4. Technology and standards
4.1 Ajax
4.2 Alternatives to Ajax
4.4 Microformats
4.5 Open APIs
5. Educational and Institutional Issues
5.1 Teaching and learning
5.2 Scholarly Research
5.3 Academic publishing
5.4 Libraries, repositories and archiving
6. Looking ahead - the Future of Web 2.0
6.1 Web 2.0 and Semantic Web
6.2 The emerging field of Web Science
6.3 The continued development of the Web as platform
6.4 Trust, privacy, security and social networks
6.5 Web 2.0 and SOA
6.7 And Web 3.0?
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What is Web 2.0 by Paul Anderson

What is Web 2.0 by Paul Anderson

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Published by: Joey Cheah on May 26, 2011
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