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What exactly is Web2.0 technology? How is it different from Web1.0? How could Web2.0 be used by Kiwi Experience?


After the dot-com collapse in 2001, many people assumed that the Internet was vaunted. However, the web became ‘more important than ever’ (O’Reilly, 2005a) and so marked the beginning of Web 2.0. 932 more words

Computer Systems

Unleashing Corporate Social Responsibility through Digital Media

Companies are increasingly focusing their attention on content and inbound marketing. In a nutshell, content marketing necessitates an integrated marketing communications approach involving different media (1). 1,151 more words


Drudge, Fox News could be censored under new federal rules, experts warn

A Washington, D.C., appeals court is set to hear arguments later this year on new net neutrality rules, which critics say could lead to government regulators censoring websites such as the Drudge Report and Fox News. 204 more words

Social Engineering

Musings on Academic Discourse and Cat Videos

Six weeks into my studies as a digital literacy student, I can’t pretend to be an authority on the topic. I am, however, more aware of the promises and challenges inherent from the increased use of online interactions both within education as well as in ordinary day-to-day activities.   618 more words

Instructional Technology & Digital Media Literacy

Another Post 9/11 Police State Law: The Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act (CISA) Targets Fundamental Civil Liberties

Post-9/11 repressive legislation made America more of a police state than earlier.

Obama wants more on top of current freedom-destroying laws, executive orders, national security and homeland security presidential directives, military orders when issued, and extrajudicial diktats at his discretion. 334 more words

Social Engineering

Web 2.0; A world on its' own

Web 2.0 is a term used to described the revolutionised World Wide Web which now emphasises user generated content and focuses on enabling people’s collaboration. This is of course compared to the earlier days of the World Wide Web where content was posted online and users simply viewed a sites content. 145 more words