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Web 2.0

Web 2.0[manual_related_posts]From the early 2000s a number of sites help users generate and shape content: wikis, blogs, social networking sites, and more. Photo and video sharing sites take advantage of the spread of faster Internet connections to let users both upload and browse. O’Reilly and Associates popularizes the term for this trend “Web 2.0” with […]

Web 2.0

2004

From the early 2000s a number of sites help users generate and shape content: wikis, blogs, social networking sites, and more. Photo and video sharing sites take advantage of the spread of faster Internet connections to let users both upload and browse. O’Reilly and Associates popularizes the term for this trend “Web 2.0” with their 2004 conference of that name.

From the early 2000s a number of sites help users generate and shape content: wikis, blogs, social networking sites, and more. Photo and video sharing sites take advantage of the spread of faster Internet connections to let users both upload and browse. O’Reilly and Associates popularizes the term for this trend “Web 2.0” with their 2004 conference of that name.

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