Question 1: What is the difference between Web 1.0 and Web 2.0?
Hubpages, The Difference between Web 2.0 and Web 1.0, retrieved on 20th April 2014
Web 1.0 Web 2.0
Mostly read only Widely read-write
Company focus Community focus
Client server Peer to peer
Home pages Blogs/wikis
Owning content Sharing content
Web forms Web applications
IPOs Trade sales
Page views Cost per click
Screen scraping APIs
Banner advertising Interactive advertising
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Blogs usually provide commentary or information on a particular issue, event or topic. In some cases, blogs can be about a particular person; an online, public, personal diary. A blog is usually maintained by a single person or a small group of contributors. Visitors to the blog can comment on the entries made or respond to comments made by other visitors. Blogs are primarily text but can also be the form of photos or other images, sounds, or films.
• Blogging: The act of writing a post for a blog
• Blogger: A person who writes content for a blog
• Blogosphere: The online community of blogs and bloggers
E.g.: Huffington post
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A type of blog that lets users publish short text updates. Bloggers can usually use a number of services for the updates including instant messaging, e-mail, or Twitter. The posts are called microposts, while the act of using these services to update your blog is called microblogging. Social networking sites, like Facebook, also use a microblogging feature in profiles. On Facebook this is called "Status Updates".
E.g. : Twitter
A wiki is a collaborative website that anyone within the community of users can contribute to or edit. A wiki can be open to a global audience or can be restricted to a select network or community. Wikis can cover a specific topic or subject area. Wikis also make it easy to search or browse for information. Although primarily text, wikis can also include images, sound recordings & films. Wikipedia the free internet encyclopaedias is the most well known wiki. E.g. : Wikipedia
Social Networks and Networking
Social network is the use of internet-based social media programs to make connections with friends, family, classmates, customers and clients. Social networking allows an individual to create a profile for themselves on the service and share that profile with other users with similar interests to create a social network. Users can choose to have public profiles which can be viewed by anyone or private profiles which can only be viewed by people that the users allow. Users can usually post photographs, music and videos on their site. Popular social network services include Facebook and MySpace. E.g. ; Facebook < www.facebook.com>
Question 3: Explain social collaboration; social publishingand social intelligence in the context of how they may be used by a business?Extend you answer and provide a single example of a collaborative Web 2.0 technology suitable for business information sharing.
Social collaboration refers to processes that help multiple people interact and share information to achieve any common goal. Such processes find their 'natural' environment on the internet, where collaboration and social...