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Web 2.0 Digerati December 31, 2006

Posted by Joanne KY Teoh in News.
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Want to become a full-fledged member of the Web 2.0 digerati? Entry point – Google is part of your verbs and de.li.cious is not in your culinary lexicon. But you’d want these keys to Web 2.0 – personalize, interact, collaborate, share. So get clicking:

First off, earn your badge with a blog. These virtual diaries lets you broadcast thoughts, opinions and observations to the world. Choose from pure blogging sites like WordPress, Blogger and Typepad. If you want social networking with your blog, pick from LiveJournal, MySpace and Bebo.

Now get cooking. Del.icio.us stores your bookmarks online so you can access them from anywhere. You can “tag” the links by subject to make them easy to find later, and see what other people have marked as related.

Hungry for more? Last.fm broadens your musical tastes. This personalized radio service “scrobbles”, or “listens in,” to your media player to check out what you are playing. It suggests other music you might also like, matches you to similar playlists and lets you listen in.

Now we’re seeing. Flickr is a photo-sharing Web site that lets you tag and share pictures. It also encourages other developers to build software to turn your photos into calendars, postcards and books.

Time to share, and with Wikipedia you can collaborate online. More than an information bible, Wiki tools let you add your own entries. Anyone, anywhere can submit or edit an article. Just be warned that millions of people out there are ready to correct you if you get it wrong.

You ain’t seen nothing yet. Watch this space for more web semantics that will propel you to the next level, Web 3.0

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