Web 2.0 describes that technologies allowing data to become independent from the person who produced it at first or from the site it originated on. Information from this will be broken up into units an therefore will flow freely from one site to another without the person who create it realise or intend to do. Web 2.0 also is a combination of the technology allowing the users to interact with the information.
According to Tim o’Reilly, the diagram below shows example of how the web 2.0 evolves:
My Web 2.0 experience
I have my own experience in using some web 2.0 tools such as follows:
I actually started blogging since few years back and it was more on personal stuff where i share stories and travelling pictures with family and friends. At that time, I was using a different blog website, I only started using wordpress this year and I find it very interesting especially knowing what it can actually do more and it provides a more user friendly admin platform.
My eBay is what I mostly use to do my online shopping especially when the items I look for is unique or not available locally. It has new added features to help make buying and selling on eBay faster and easier.
I just recently started using twitter since im taking Enterprise 2.0 and i use it to inform other students that my blog is updated with new post. It does help a lot especially when you others to view and give comments.