Harnessing collective intelligence

Similar to many other important concepts, web 2.0 have no solid boundary, but have gravitational core. It could turn web 2.0 images through a series of principle and fulfillment, and confirm that part of or any principles all are leaving core or far or near place.

Zimmerman (2008) pointed that “Web 2.0 has heralded the consumer-led era. Collaboration and participation have led to the rapid proliferation of Web 2.0 technologies.”

People don’t think that he is network service, but actually, advertisement service is the first at with each other connect net up service for widespread developing, the first combination that extensively launches. Each advertise all of horizontals are two websites of the having no of sew up to make, to another one set computer the customer deliver an integrated page. Akamai also sees the network as terrace, deeper time in heap inn, built up a transparent buffer the saving machine and contents deliver a network (CDN) and eased the pressure that the bandwidth blocks.

Zimmerman (2008) also said that “Web 2.0 refers to the second generation of Internet services, which has made the Web a collaborative and interactive platform, and transformed it from a read-only to a read-write medium.”

Even if such, these pioneers provides useful contrast, because join on the same problem behind, can have more thorough solution and become deeper to the characteristic comprehension of new terrace. All of Double-click and Akamais are a web is 2.0 pioneers, however we can also see and pass to include additional web 2.0 design modes and realize more possibilities is much greatly possible. The greatest Internet successful story is never to beat the advertisement of one self’s product. Their adoption virus marketing (viral marketing), this is to say and go direct to from a customer the recommendation publicity of another a customer.  Nations (2008) showed that “Building a web application that harnesses the power of collective intelligence means the application is not functional when development is complete.”  You even can predict, if a website or product depend on an advertisement to just make the person know, he isn’t a web 2.0, even if many infrastructures  that connect a net with each other includes Linux and apache, MySQL and Perl, PHP, or Python etc. involves majority of network servers to depend on personal production(peer-production) method that opens a source, but their oneself is collective, the net-enabled wise example.SourceForge.net has more than 100,000 to open source software item. Anyone can increase item. Anyone can also download and use a code. As the result of the behavior of customer, the new item moves to°from the edge central, an organic software adopts process to almost and completely depend on a virus marketing.
Connell (2006) talked “It is the ‘Web as Platform’ bit of Web 2.0, I feel, that will contribute most to closing the digital divide over time. We are just at the start of this process.” Recently, with the customer participates in collective intelligence for the core thought of Web 2.0 concepts rolled up the whole Internet, the techniques, such as blog, wiki and podcasting and social bookmarking constantly surges people’s brains. When the society digests these techniques hard, they also sped to walk into the step of education realm.

Reference: Connell, John. 2006. Harnessing collective intelligence.  Accessed March 25, 2011. http://www.johnconnell.co.uk/blog/?p=75

Theindiangeek. 2010. Confluo Presentation Part 2. Accessed March 25, 2011. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1uJUW0YJWX4

Nations, Daniel. 2008. The Collective Intelligence and Importance of Marketing in Web 2.0.  Accessed March 25, 2011. http://webtrends.about.com/b/2008/04/24/the-collective-intelligence-and-importance-of-marketing-in-web-20.htm

Zimmerman, Jim. 2008. Web 2.0: Harnessing Collective Intelligence. Accessed March 25, 2011. http://www.itbusinessedge.com/cm/community/features/guestopinions/blog/web-20-harnessing-collective-intelligence/?cs=23087


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