Web 2.0 is a term that has been applied to a new breed of websites and web technologies that rely heavily on user-generated content. It features a higher level of interactivity and collaboration than previously seen on the Internet.
A simple, accessible and collaborative tool. Learn more about wikis, instructional applications and to how create your own Wiki.
A web-log that allows you go reflect and share experiences. Learn more about blogs, instructional applications and how to create your own Blogs.
This term is an abbreviation of Video Log. It is similar in concept to a blog, but is video-based. Learn more about Vlogs, instructional applications and how to create your own Vlog.
RSS stands for "Really Simple Syndication" and allows users to obtain all of their news in one place by simply adding the address of the RSS "feed" to their favorite RSS reader or website, such as iGoogle.
A popular video sharing site in which users upload videos to share with the rest of the world. The website also allows other user to comment and rate videos.