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Library 2.0 Starter List January 27, 2006

Posted by Michael Sensiba in Library 2.0, Web 2.0 Tools.
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As was discussed in WSULS’s Emerging Issues Group meeting yesterday, here’s a list of some categories and examples of “Web 2.0″ or “Read/Write Web” applications. Future posts will add more categories and more examples of each, but here’s a basic list to get you started thinking about and exploring these ideas. [Note: I added Meebo to the Instant Messaging category, as it “lives on the web”]

Blogging (Blogger)

Blog Search (Technorati)

Blog Filters (Memeorandum)

Peer Production News (Digg)

RSS Aggregation (Bloglines)

Personal Homepages (Netvibes)

Social Tagging (del.icio.us)

Photo Sharing (flickr)

Social Networking (MySpace)

Project Management (Basecamp)

Wikis (PBWiki)

Instant Messaging (Meebo, Trillian)

Podcasting (Podzinger)

File Sharing (Bit Torrent)

Mashups (Mapbuilder)

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1. Tame The Web: Libraries and Technology - February 5, 2006

Library 2.0 Starter List at Wayne State

http://sensiba.wordpress.com/2006/01/27/library-20-starter-list/ Looks like the cool folks at Wayne State University Libraries are looking toward Library 9.95 with this list from their “Emerging Issues Group.” As was discussed in WSULS’s Emerging …

2. Malins WP-blogg » Blog Archive » links for 2006-02-06 - February 7, 2006

[…] Think Big – Library 9.95 -Library 2.0 Starter List (tags: web2.0 library2.0 libraries blogging bookmark tools socialsoftware) […]

3. Murray Collingwood - February 22, 2006

Sorry but I’m finding this list very hard to swallow. Whatever happened to the distinction between published material from credible suppliers and gossip / advertising. Instant-messaging, come on guys, what are you thinking?


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