Web 2.0

Web 2.0 is a term that was first used in 2004. It signified a huge development in Internet use, a move away from static brochure type pages to dynamic web sites that could be created, interacted and manipulated by the individual. Global communities sprang up like wild fire, sites like Facebook and My space the former now boasts a whopping 100 million users are all examples of Web 2.0.

If you not so au fait with the plethora of applications available online since the advent of web 2.0 you’re not alone.  With so much to choose from it’s hard to know where to start.  No doubt you’ve seen the little icons on websites for Digg, Delicious, Stumbleupon and the like but have no real inclination how they might benefit you or whether or not you want them to.  Like it or not though, the web is moving on Web 2.0 is nearly old hat and Web 3.0 is just around the corner.  What an exciting time we’re in for, if  you believe in synchronicity in your life the Internet has just given you a magic wand.  It all comes down to how you use it and how well you understand it.

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