"Hey Ben, I left a comment in the discussion on the wiki. I just wanted to let you know that I moved your information under the health topic because I think it looks better under there but, don't worry I didn't change nothing. The wiki…"
"1. I think the keynote is called "Big little classrooms" because Anne Mirtschin asked if your classroom is a big classroom or a little classroom because every classroom has it's own shape and size.
2. Some of the technologies the…"
"Hey Calvin, do you want to keep looking for some more information about web 2.0 science, environment, and health for the wiki. I found some pretty interesting things but, I know we can find a lot more facts out there."
Hey guys! Everybody to who is in my group, 5E (which is you if you got this post) I did some research on Web 2.0. In a nutshell it is an adjustment, as opposed to a new piece of technology. It is designed to make things more user-oriented, and makes information from everyday people easier. As opposed to having the encyclopaedia Britannica as the default information source, it has made that into Wikipedia. Blogs are now a tab as soon as you open the internet. Those are some examples as to how the Web 2.0 is going to turn to making things user oriented. This was partially brought together because of bandwidth and overall web expansion. This has been discussed since 2004.