Dave Barney, Semantic Discovery

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Dave Barney, Semantic Discovery


What is Web 1.0?


What is Web 2.0?


What is a Blog?


Social Networking


Youtube


What’s next (Web 3.0)


Web 1.0 and Web 2.0 (and you might start reading
about Web 3.0) are
NOT

version releases of the
Internet.



Web
x.x

is a “movement” in terms of how the Internet
is used.


Web 1.0 was/is all about presentation


Graphics designers for websites


HTML, Layout


Online brochure


All about e
-
commerce


One
-
way communication

(Website


Web Surfer)


Creating a website required either expertise or $$



Web 1.0 was really the one
-
way communication, but
people are opinionated! People want online
communication to be interactive


With that, forums and message boards became more
popular


Blogs were born


Social Networking websites were born


The term “web 2.0” goes back to ~ 2003



Web 2.0 is changing the way companies and people
interact online.



Web 2.0 refers to the new movement of interactive
online activities



Blog creation takes 5 minutes


No longer about presentation, but more about content


No longer about
reading
websites, but
writing

blogs


Less about companies, more about communities


Less about “corporate message”, more about “my
message”


The word blog comes from “Web Log”


Web Log


Weblog


Blog


Blog is a platform to publish content instantly!


Like an online journal, yet more…


Like a news agency publisher, but without an editor


The “blogosphere” is the millions of interconnected
blogs on the Internet


As of June, 2009, there are approximately ~133 million
bloggers world
-
wide

(according to Semantic Discovery,
www.semanticdiscovery.com
)



Bloggers in about every category on about every
subject



Mommie

bloggers” (stay
-
at
-
home moms)


Milblogs

(military / defense issues)


Polibloggers

(politics)





Blogs have their own search engines


Quibbles.com


http://www.quibbles.com


Technorati.com

http://www.technorati.com


Icerocket.com


http://www.icerocket.com


Blogs are powerful source of information, but lots
of junk.


Successful blogs are less about opinions and more
about unique content / perspective (we don’t want
yet another opinion, we want to learn something
new!)



Ever heard of MySpace?


What about Facebook, Twitter?



Online Social Networking websites bring groups of
individuals with common interests or ties together.


Share blogs, pictures, profiles, etc.


Twitter gives you the
ability to follow quick
notes about subjects
your are interested in,
happenings with friends,
and much more.


If you have a Twitter
account you can check
us out on Twitter,
CSISTweets


Facebook revolutionized the
way friends, family, and
companies communicate
and share information, and
stay in contact. It has
become the pattern for other
social networking sites.


Games and applications on
Facebook expand how
individuals and companies
can communicate and gather
information.



Facebook is the #2 Website on the entire Internet


(According to Alexa.com, June 2012)


Hundreds of millions of social networking users
world
-
wide


Largest in the U.S.


Europe, Asia, South America

(According to Semantic Discovery,
www.semanticdiscovery.com
, June 2008)


Youtube.com is the number one video website on the
Internet


Youtube

is “Web 2.0” by nature


All content is “user generated” meaning that it is a
collaboration of video content and not necessarily
professionally produced.


Businesses and Organizations starting to use
Youtube

to release video content instead of own website.


Youtube

is the #3 website on the entire Internet


behind Google and Facebook

(According to Alexa.com, June 2012)


Youtube

offers comments on videos, creating online
conversations about videos


Anyone who claims to know what’s next with
technology, the market, or politics is lying or
completely naïve (and probably both)



But can’t we speculate?



Dave Barney’s “Opinions and Thoughts” on what
might

be next:


Heavier use of mobile devices


All our content (pictures, documents, email) online and
accessible from anywhere (mobile devices, laptops)


Decline in real
-
life social skills (too much online is not
healthy)


Smarter search engines (based more on our own search
history and personal preferences)





Video:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=79IYZVYIVLA