Web 2.0

Web 2.0 and the Myth of Non-Participation

by: Gary Hayes

At the Cross-Media Storytelling conference a few days ago I witnessed a strange event with one of the categories of speakers. There were three groups of speakers, forward thinking practitioners, catch-up heritage media representatives and theoretical, reflective academics.

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Virtually There - 04 Milia 2007 Vignettes

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Virtual Worlds, Web 3.0 and Portable Profiles

by: Gary Hayes

I have posted prolifically about MUVE’S (Multi User Virtual Environments) in the past, concentrating mainly on the ever customisable Second Life. It is interesting to watch the buzz spreading and consider if virtual worlds are really web 3.0, I think so. A quick look at the evolution of the intraweb from the mid 90’s.

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The Good, The Bad, The Ugly of Mobile

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Social Synch TV. The Cross-Media Trigger

by: Gary Hayes

What goes around comes around. Google picks up where many have failed in synchronising TV and web 2.0 - “Google developing social and interactive television applications for "mass personalization” is the ZDNET header.

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Goodness and Happiness

At the recent Future of Journalism conference that the Guardian ran (an internal conference that they generously blogged about), Jeff Jarvis gave a talk on the 10 questions news organisations should be asking now. One of the questions is "Are we generous?". Generosity, says Jeff, can take many forms - sharing, supporting, enabling. One of Jeff's most quotable quotes is "do what you do best and link to the rest" - drawing away from the control model of media 1.0 to one in which the intention and execution is altogether more altruistic.

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Can't Find the Words to Describe Web 2.0?

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Innovative Ways of Seeing: The Art of Social Data

by: Dominic Basulto

In the current issue of Contagious Magazine (subscription required), Noah Brier and Faris Yakob of Naked Communications have prepared a tour de force article about the new age of social (meta)data.

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The Future State of a Product's Existence?

by: Design Translator

“There is a design revolution, but nobody really knows what it is” ~ Karim Rashid

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15 Golden Rules for Web 2.0

Introduction

This document was originally designed to address the questions which were sent to me by large customers wanting to launch web 2.0 initiatives. Very often these clients wanted to jump on the bandwagon, but they didn’t know how to do it. They required help and guidance, even to understand the very meaning of Web 2.0.

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