Classifying Web 2.0 Supported Applications By Pattern Of Usage: Functional & Technical ISSUES

@inproceedings{Hussein2009ClassifyingW2,
  title={Classifying Web 2.0 Supported Applications By Pattern Of Usage: Functional & Technical ISSUES},
  author={Dina Hussein and Ghada Alaa and Ahmed Hamad},
  booktitle={MCIS},
  year={2009}
}
The rapid evolution of Internet technologies have witnessed new Web elements, such as blogs, wikis, social networking, social bookmarking, and other related applications referred to as Web 2.0. Web 1.0 paradigm was related with passive, just receptive users, whereas Web 2.0 paradigm relies mainly on user participation and user-generated content. In Web 2.0 applications users are invited to comment, share, edit, classify, as well as remix data from multiple sources. Although there are several… CONTINUE READING

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