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Re: Web 2.0, Part 1: The Definition Dilemma
Posted by: Erika Morphy 2007-04-09 18:26:41
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Welcome to the new frontier of Web 2.0. Imagine sitting in your living room and pulling up a favorite TV show to watch online. Easily distracted -- who isn't these days -- you simultaneously begin a chat with dear friends you've never met in person who live across the country. One tells you about a new gadget you decide you must have, and with a few clicks, you order it. You do all this from one device using multiple applications. You never once experience a crash.

Re: Web 2.0, Part 1: The Definition Dilemma
Posted by: spencer37 2007-04-09 18:28:27 In reply to: Erika Morphy
While a specific defintion of 2.0 might be difficult, the real underlying princinciples are community, speed and a focus on the user first. Some really interesting 2.0 sites popping up. Here are a couple lists: and
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Which review rating influences you most when researching a business?
5 Stars - I want to know what others found amazing.
4 Stars - I want to find out why it's liked for the most part, but not without faults.
3 Stars - I want to understand why the business is neither loved nor hated.
2 Stars - I want to learn why the weaknesses outweigh the strengths.
1 Star - I want to know why anybody says they are completely dissatisfied with the business.