Video: Web 2.0 explained

Kansas State University Professor Michael Wesch has made the second draft of his video available online that provides a flyover from early HTML to Web 2.0 in less than 5 minutes. Great work…

The video is also online at were you can write your comments directly into the video itself. More information and transcripts at the web site of the Digital Ethnography working group of Kansas State University.

Click on the image for the jump (multimedia).

link to YouTube video

via: Digital Ethnography

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