How Web 2.0 is transforming the Business Landscape

Web 2.0, through engaged participatory interaction, has brought about radical changes in the online business scenario. It is often explained as an open space for everyone to exchange, add and edit information through web-based communities and hosted services like social-networking…Read more
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Web 2.0 – the Business Value of Blogging

Blogs are shifting the Internet paradigm as we know it. According to blog trackers Technorati, there are more than 108 million blogs online; and new blogs are being created almost every half-a-second! The Internet’s most popular search engine Google has…Read more
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Web 2.0 – User Experience Redefined

 Although the term Web 2.0 might suggest a new version of the World Wide Web, it actually refers to changes in the way software developers and end-users use the web as a platform.  Web 2.0 basically refers to…Read more
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Overheard at the Web Spiders Web 2.0 Booth

During our three days at the O’Reilly Web 2.0 Leadership Conference we had some great conversations with big and small – and new business owners. They asked us good questions, and we’d like to share some of these. We hope…Read more
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Web 2.0 Conference, the Final Day

When the conference came to a close, the energy of Web 2.0 remained strong. As the facility team began tearing down booths and rolling up carpet (exactly at the 1:00 close!), we were still in conversation with attendee’s. And we…Read more
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Web 2.0 Conference, the show begins

The O’Reilly Web 2.0 conference opened with excitement in the air, with a reported over 9,000 attendees. Your writer has attended many conferences, and there was genuine excitement in the air today. Web 2.0 is exciting, so this feeling at…Read more
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Upgrading to web 2.0

What is Web 2.0? Web 2.0 is a concept phrase coined by O’Reilly Media that refers to a new generation of Internet based services that involve enhanced online collaboration among users. Web 2.0 provides a new and enhanced makeover for…Read more
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