Thursday, January 23, 2014
Classi quarte: Web 2.0
WThe first websites on the Internet tended to be places where people went simply to find information. The contents of books, magazines, catalogues, etc. appeared online, ready to be consulted. Since the 1990's, a new generation of websites and applications has developed, sometimes called "Web 2.0", taking advantage of the opportunities that the Internet offers for interaction between the site and its users. Instead of being passive consumers, users can become active participants in the development of the site. The Internet has given people the freedom to express their creativity in many different ways.
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Web 2.0: definitionhttps://www.dropbox.com/s/pc76x2x80ft8laq/web%202.0.pdf