09 December 2006

Buzz 2.0

Buzz Movers
AJAX
API
Attention
Augmented
Blog
Co-creation
Collaboration
Data portability (winter 2007/8)
Enterprise (winter 2006/7)
Geo location
Global Graph (also: Giant Global Graph; November 2007)
Identity
Lifesourcing (summer 2007)
Lifestreaming (winter 2007)
Long tail
Mash-up
Meme
Microformats
Open source
Participatory
Platform
Podcast
Presence (summer '07)
Reality mining (February 2008)
RSS
Ruby on Rails
SaaS
Search
Sharing
Social
Social graph (winter 2007/8)
Sociometrics (January 2008)
Tagging
Taxonomy
Torrent
Unified communications (winter 2007/8)
Video marketing (summer 2007)
VRM (January 2007)
Web-based
Whatchamacallit (april 2008)
Wiki

Buzz Shakers
Aggregating
AI
Bookmarking
Bubble 2.0
Cast
Citizen media
Cloud
Cluster
Collective intelligence
Comment
Connect
Contribute
Create
Donate
Exchange
Feed
Flickr
Folksonomy
Framework
Granular
Grid computing
Interestingness
Life-hacking
List
Map
Massclusivity
Meet
Microblogging (spring 2007)
Mix
Ontology
Peer production
Personalize
Pervasive
Phlog
PHP
Publish
Push
Rank
Rate
Recommendation
REST
Review
RIA
Sema code
SOA
SOAP
Store
Structured
Track
Trackback
Trade
Unbundled
Vlog
Vodcast
Vote
Yahoo

3 comments:

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Comedy-King said...

I was tired of scrolling through my thousands of WEB2 bookmarks (web favorites), I wanted to be able to search my web favs for the Web 20 application I wanted to use.

MY BETA WEB 20 SOLUTION:

www.web20searchengine.com (web 2.0search engine & lists, free submission of your projects).

Alan Andrew said...

Some serious research done by a Web2 newbie. I just created my first Web1 site, scswerc.com, an employment resource centre here in Surrey, BC, Canada. We are already planning a Web2 site, where the un- and under-employed can search for jobs or get 1-on-1 employment/career counselling. We also want to grab those people who heretofore could not or would not visit our offices. That would have been the old model. The new model is to get to them through an interactive website: learn about what we do, register with us (including formally accepting our security and privacy documentation), and allowing us to work with them online to get them to a specific service provider, for career search, job search, skills enhancement, etc.

This site looks like it has the necessary info, but I'm not an IT guy, just a guy interested in the processes (without having the brain to create what's needed).

 
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