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Web 2.0 : Harnessing collective intelligence

Hello everyone, in my first blog post, I would like to discuss about the concept of “Harnessing collective intelligence.

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First of all,  I would like to distinguish what is the differences between Web 1.0 and Web 2.0 as people generally refer Web2.0 to “ 625 more words

2014 INN347 Semester 1

Post 8 (Week 10) Lightweight Models & Cost-Effective Scalability

News just in! Yahoo! is set to buy trending blogging site Tumblr for $1.1 Billion according to Wall Street Journal[1]. This costly acquisition could be part of a strategic plan to regain their market dominance by Yahoo! 1,032 more words

Assignment 2

The Lightweight Heavyweight

Web 2.0 applications often thrive on being lightweight and with cost effective scalability solutions. As these types of characteristics allow for greater adaptability, faster speed to market and generally a rapid return on investment through a reduction in cost and time spent developing the application. 435 more words

Web 2.0

The Long Tail of Leverage

The internet is filled with a myriad of websites who are all trying to sell something, whether it is art, books, music, movies, golf clubs or even garden gnomes. 380 more words

Web 2.0

Perpetual Beta

The typical (or traditional) software development cycle considers beta as the final round of testing before releasing to the publisher and/or public. Tim O’Reilly suggests however, that rather than trying to get the most perfect bug free piece of software released, perhaps just getting it done and out is more valuable. 317 more words

Web 2.0

More than just a Database

This week’s pattern as described by Tim O’Reilly is entitled “Software above the level of a single device”, which pretty much is a case of “it says what it does on the tin”. 588 more words

Web 2.0

Rich User Experiences

Welcome back all and for those of you here for the first time a big hello to you too and thanks for visiting! As you may or may not know this week is the 4th in an 8 part series discussing and exploring the Web 2.0 Patterns of Success as described by… 654 more words

Web 2.0