The Web 2.0 is the transition that has been done from traditional aplications to those aplications that work trough the Web and arrive to the final user.
This Web has come to with new projects and ideas that make us forget those pages in HTML of the Web 1.0 that usually had little updated things.
Where does the name Web 2.0 come from? We go back and talk about the conference that Dale Dougherty, from O’Reilly Media, and Craig Cline, from MediaLive, made some years ago in which they presented a brainstorming where the different imporvements and the rebirth of the Web was shown and metion.
To sumarize we can say that this Web is a new generation of webs based on the creation of contents produced and shared by the users themselves. We can also say that the information consumers of the Web 2.0 have become pro-consumers, exactly, information producers that they themselves consume. And finally the Web 2.0 has created more publicity and advertisements inversions on the Internet.
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