Reading “What is Web 2.0”
They present this list
Web 1.0 Web 2.0
DoubleClick –> Google AdSense
Ofoto –> Flickr
Akamai –> BitTorrent
mp3.com –> Napster
Britannica Online –> Wikipedia
personal websites –> blogging
evite –> upcoming.org and EVDB
domain name speculation –> search engine optimization
page views –> cost per click
screen scraping –> web services
publishing –> participation
content management systems –> wikis
directories (taxonomy) –> tagging (“folksonomy”)
stickiness –> syndication
Most of these fit the conceptional model well… ofoto is to managing photos as flickr is to sharing and publishing photos
mp3 is to finding and acquiring music as Napster (was) to sharing and exchanging music
CMS’s are to managing content as wikis are for collaborative writing spaces.
Taxonomies are for managing content via metadata as tagsonomies are for sharing and opining on content via metadata.
In each case we go from a patriarchal management system to a collective or personal sharing/cocreation model. Some don’t quite fit, but it’s interesting to see how many do.