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    Result of a "What is Web 2.0?" brainstorming session at FOO Camp 2005. Meme maps adapted from business model maps developed by Beam Inc.

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    1. Fennec Foxen 102 months ago | reply

      I think it's funny how this picture has fared on del.icio.us, itself a Web 2.0 application: del.icio.us/url/8c2df6c0c42c276fdd7641595e6adc90

      added: to web2.0 COOL!! guide

      "Could become very relevant for social software development"

      "Apparently the so-called Web 2.0 is just a rorschach test, what do you see?"

      "Probably the only PowerPoint slide worse than anything Bill Gates has thrown onscreen. Kill me
      now."

      Such variety!

    2. MitulDPatel 100 months ago | reply

      Very very nice.. Thanks man!!

    3. tbondolfi 99 months ago | reply

      We worked on a very close prototype named "multypass netizenship platform " and we'd be glad to merge our vision and contents with flickr & related projects, that's great, please let us know with a newsletter what's going on :-)

      Théo Bondolfi, Ynternet.org Institute for eCulture & Free communication

    4. cstoller 98 months ago | reply

      i love this map. thanks for posting this! you are helping the world come together with unified understanding!

    5. knnkanda 98 months ago | reply

      Now in Japan.
      heat up-ing your Web2.0 concept.
      you are so great job for everyone .

      everybody understanding Web trend.
      more brigtly

    6. stanbogdanov 97 months ago | reply

      That's a nice summary of what "Web1.0" is (if the term ever existed before we coined Web2.0). "Web2.0" simply is what we've started naming from the so-called Web1.0. All "Web2.0" is the same as Web1.0 - nothing different.

      Anyway, the attempt at summarizing is acknowledged.

    7. pepinlachance2 95 months ago | reply

      This actualy gives me a lot of hope.

    8. knowledgejunkie 94 months ago | reply

      I guess this will be a never-ending debate (for a few years).
      Personally, I consider Rich User Experience aspect (right side, near the bottom on the diagram) as one of the most important attributes for Web 2.0 sites
      There are tons of "cool" "Web 2.0" sites which use Ajax where it does not make any sense (= does not create value for users). But if used properly, Ajax can make wonders for user experience.
      Example from my own experience: most website have "pagination" function. People implement it without event thinking about it.
      When we were building our Wild Apricot software ( www.WildApricot.com ) we spent a lot of time and designed a member directory which scales to thousands of records and uses instant search instead of "normal" pagination - and users are very happy about this feature. My blog post with details: www.usability.ca/blinking_vcr_ideas_for_be/2006/07/usabil...
      Bottom line: People are getting much more demanding - as they see some Web 2.0 sites which provide great user experience - they start questioning why their intranet or online banking is not as usable.

    9. krekro 89 months ago | reply

      great shot

    10. Rachel M. Murray 80 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Web 2.0 diagrams, and we'd love to have your photo added to the group.

    11. danperry.com 77 months ago | reply

      Perfect! Thanks for sharing.

    12. doctor health 76 months ago | reply

      interestinh.thax for sharing

    13. robbtsco 75 months ago | reply

      Web 2.0 is spreading so rapidly these days - YouTube, facebook, nearly everyone these days is a member of a social networking site. I

      -Robbtsco
      Laptop Comparison

    14. matbennett 74 months ago | reply

      Interesting. Are there other slides to go with this?

    15. Steve Gola 67 months ago | reply

      The bottom on the diagram as one of the most important attributes for Web 2.0 sites, There are tons of sites which use Ajax. But if used properly, Ajax can make wonders for user experience.

      flickr

    16. pauleric5 49 months ago | reply

      Very interesting work.

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      Manifest Desires

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