Web 2.0 and Cloud Computing

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Web 2.0 is a relatively a new software created on the Internet. Web 2.0 is the term you use when you discuss the new types of interaction on the web. Interactive web means the web will no longer be passive therefor making it dynamic by introducing social networking sites like Twitter for sharing. An example of this is the RSS feed of Web 2.0.

Web 2.0 is a comprehensive term it is not limited to RSS and other types but it is the most common use for them. In this report I will define them and give an example.

Social networking sites are one of the most used sites on the internet. Social networking sites are Facebook, Twitter and others. The things all these websites have in common are that they allow you to communicate with friends and family across the Internet. There is a way that someone can create a community on the internet, once that has been done you can share a variety of things with people.

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Blogs are basically web logs. They are posted as entries/statuses for people to read them on your own blog. The ways they are ordered are new at the top and old at the bottom. This is done so that it shows the blog of agendas. Blogs are usually created with the actual help of a blogging website. You are given your own address/domain name under the website then that allows you to customise your blog by adding all sorts of media. Examples of blogging sites are the well-known one: Blogger.

Delivering news and regular updates from blogs are what RSS ...

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