What is Web 2.0?

Posted by Kevin Rush | 3:08 PM | | 0 comments »

Understanding the difference between Web 1.0 and 2.0 is crucial in understanding the next generation of internet users and how you can better use the internet to communicate and relate to them. Remember when only "Nerds" or "Tech Geeks" had their own web page? Now you can set up your own website absolutely free in a matter of minutes with your own text, audio, video, etc. Not only that, you no longer have to go "Google it" (aka search) for the newest story or information on a given subject. All you have to do is "subscribe" to a feed. Think of a feed as an intelligent Hyperlink on steroids. It send you new information when someone publishes it. Web2.0 is complex, but those are some of major changes. Here is a video I highly recommend that helps explain the evolution from Web1.0 to 2.0

To find out more go to "Web2.0" on Wikipedia or to the O'Reilly media site who coined the phrase "Web 2.0". Stick with us here at Church2.0 - the Blog. This may take a while before you start to grasp some of the concepts. Please ask questions and comment.

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