Web2.0, another web revolution

May 18, 2006

My first experience of the internet when I was 12 years old or so; Hotmail had recently been released, Geocities/ Tripod pages were very popular, and Xoom were offering huge storage space. From then on the web went through a boom with page designs becoming very creative, automation, scripting becoming popular and e-commerce taking off.

I enjoy looking back on how the web has progressed since then and am very excitied about what the web2 services are enabling. Tagging and social networking are the key aspects being introduced with web2.0. I found this image on Flickr and thought I'd share it as is a very clever image of a "tag cloud" with tags representing what web2.0 is about. I understand this image is extremely popular and many readers may have seen it already 🙂


2 Responses to “Web2.0, another web revolution”

  1. halcyon Says:

    thats awesome, never knew lastFM was considerd a web2.0 applet

  2. kosmar Says:

    thanks for spreading. you might wanna look at nerdwideweb for other language versions of the map

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