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Enterprise Web 2.0 Fundamentals by Susan A. Bouchard, Krishna Sankar

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CHAPTER 2. User-Generated Content: Wikis, Blogs, Communities, Collaboration, and Collaborative Technologies

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This chapter contains the keys to what makes Web 2.0 different. First, we can now generate content as a natural extension of “The Way We Work, Live, Play and Learn [SM].” In Web 1.0, for example, you’d take a few photos and email them, or perhaps publish them on your personal web page, to share those moments with family and friends. Along comes Web 2.0, and now Flickr and Facebook maintain your photos on their sites. Web 2.0 makes it easier to generate and share information—often richer, location-based, time-stamped information—with ...

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