Web 2.0 design patterns
1. The Long Tail
2. Data is the Next Intel Inside
3. Users Add Value
4. Network Effects by Default
5. Some Rights Reserved.
6. The Perpetual Beta
7. Cooperate, Don't Control
8. Software Above the Level of a Single Device
Web 2.0 - "a popular (though ill-defined and often criticized) buzzword amongst certain technical and marketing communities." [cite, image credit]
Further reading: ; The New Shape of Knowledge by David Weinberger; Top Ten Web 2.0 Moments of 2005 by Richard MacManus; Web 2.0 Thinking Game by Jeffrey Zeldman.
The Slow Library movement is getting up and running... slowly
Some notes on a Slow Library talk and some more discussion.
Jessamyn West is a community technology librarian and the editor of the weblog librarian.net
. She teaches email classes for seniors, builds tiny websites for tiny libraries and advocates for sensible technology use for everyone.
IM her at iamthebestartist
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