THE PARTICIPATORY WEB

@article{Blank2012THEPW,
  title={THE PARTICIPATORY WEB},
  author={Grant Blank and Bianca C. Reisdorf},
  journal={Information, Communication \& Society},
  year={2012},
  volume={15},
  pages={537 - 554}
}
This paper makes three contributions: first, we suggest a clear, concise definition of Web 2.0, something that has eluded other authors, including the Tim O'Reilly the originator of the concept. Second, prior work has focused largely on the implications of Web 2.0 for producers of content, usually corporations or government agencies. This paper is one of the few analyses of Web 2.0 from the point of view of users. Third, we characterize the creative activity of Web 2.0 users. In addition to… Expand
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