- Who first used the phrase “Web 2.0” in the first place? ( picture or video ) The one the phrase “Web 2.0” in the first place was the video.
2. Describe in “one word” the difference between:
Web 1.0, Web 2.0 and Web 3.0
Write a brief summary of each Web.
Web 1.0: Back then when we have retro computers, floppy disks, CDS, VHS, Hotmail, MSN and Myspace it was a simpler time and the Internet was created and everyone was amazed by it. The creator of the Internet was a man named Tim Berners-Lee without him the Internet would not have existed to this day. We should all be thankful for this guy created something amazing that have changed the world. Make sure that you celebrate his birthday which is on the June 8 to show how much we appreciate him. Thank you for giving us the Internet we all appreciate your hard work and keep the good work.
Web 2.0: When the websites we use are starting to evolve into something better to help us advance in the future. Also, you can use web applications to basically to do anything nowadays and will be less time consuming. You will be able to share your information anywhere around the world through social media.
Web 3.0: Now to this generation to where computers can literally sense your emotions and can tell what we are into, we are advancing into the future that technology can recommend what we like based on our interests. Also, it can help us with so many things that we couldn’t do back in the 80s. It might have been tough but it was so much fun use retro technology to get through our everyday lives. For example, phones like Nokia and Motorola if you wanted to text someone, you had to use the keypads on the phone. It will take a long time texting your friend hitting one key at a time, I have experience it before and it was difficult using but I enjoyed using it. Nowadays, we have touch screen phones which makes everything so easy but some people have forgotten the grandfathers of the retro technology we used to have back in the day even kids. If you like an example of what I mean watch this video:
3.What are the sites called wikis? (examples using logos) A wiki is a server program that allows users to collaborate in forming the content of a Web site. A wiki provides a simplified interface. It is not necessary to know HTML. At any time, contributors can review the history of the page they are working on or preview the Web page before publishing it.
4. Explain what is the trend named Nomadicity. The trend Nomadicity means the ability to access platforms and compute data from various types of devices.
5.What is a “Mashup” for networks? (examples) A mashup is a web application that integrates data from multiple web sources in order to provide a unique service. Internal data sources, RSS/Atom feeds, Screen-Scraping and Web Services are some resources used by mashups.
6. What do you think about the 2.0 controversy? What I think about 2.0 controversy is that , it can be very helpful or harmful depending on the situation that is occurring. Also, the situation can be solved by, finding the problem and fix so there will be peace and everyone will be happy.