Web 2.0 Secrets Revealed
This web 2.0 is of course gaining popularity mainly because of its
more immediate interactive feature. Some examples of the web 2.0
include social networking sites, blogs, wikis, video sharing sites,
hosted services, web applications, mashups, and folksonomies. Some
would simply refer to the web 2.0 as a platform to meet, read, and
write about a variety of shared topics.
Web 2.0 does more than just facilitate the retrieval of information but
several steps further to provide the user with more user interface,
software and storage facilities.
The user has the opportunity to excise some control over the data
retrieved and this creates the conditions for the users to contribute
and perhaps add value to the applications being used. This of course
is a very attractive feature for those who enjoy exercising this freedom
of contribution with little or no restrictions in place.
While this opens the possibility of an array of different and in some
cases opposing ideas it also creates other undesirable elements like
spamming and trolling. This of course in the down side of such
freedom experienced at the web 2.0 site. Though there is little that
can be done to curb this sort of negative contributions, the web 2.0 is
still very much a popular tool for internet users.