Web 2.0 — it’s just pretty colors, large text, and gradients, right? Maybe it’s about crazy domain names with missing vowels or completely fabricated business names? Perhaps it’s about collaboration and user-centered services. Regardless, there’s a revolution happening here that we either need to understand or else be left behind.
This week, I took some time to speak to social media strategist, Stephen Collins, in a short interview about Web 2.0 and social media.
Darling of the microblogging world, Twitter, has had a fair amount of coverage in the media since it started not so long ago. Tribune co-editor, Brendon, mentioned the Britney example last week, and it doesn’t stop there — we jump into the SitePoint archives to see what’s been said.
Speaking of Twitter, did you know SitePoint has a Twitter account? You can keep up to date with all things SitePoint, by following sitepointdotcom.
Finally, to start work on the next Web 2.0 killer app, you’ll need a great design. I’ll show you where you can find a fantastic web-based image editor, not unlike those big-ticket commercial versions — and this one is free.
Enjoy the reading!
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