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Web 2.0 Technologies in Journalism: Are Web 3.0 and Journalism 3.0 in sight? / Bago, Petra ; Boras, Damir ; Kišiček, Sanja.

By: Bago, Petra.
Contributor(s): Boras, Damir [aut] | Kišiček, Sanja [aut].
Material type: materialTypeLabelArticleDescription: .Other title: Web 2.0 Technologies in Journalism: Are Web 3.0 and Journalism 3.0 in sight? [Naslov na engleskom:].Subject(s): 5.04 | Web 2.0, Journalism 2.0, information technology, (EMM) Europe Media Monitor NewsExplorer hrv | Web 2.0, Journalism 2.0, information technology, (EMM) Europe Media Monitor NewsExplorer eng In: Information Technology and Journalism (24-28.05.2010. ; Dubrovnik, Hrvatska) 15. International Information Technology and Journalism conferenceSummary: An ongoing issue is defining the concept of Web 2.0, starting with contrary stands of two acknowledged authorities when it comes to the World Wide Web: Sir Tim Berners-Lee and Tim O’Reilly. Putting theory aside, the technical aspect does not separate the World Wide Web analysts as much. The goal of this presentation is to give an overview of Web 2.0 technologies that have an impact on journalism, with introduction to the emerging concept of Web 3.0.
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An ongoing issue is defining the concept of Web 2.0, starting with contrary stands of two acknowledged authorities when it comes to the World Wide Web: Sir Tim Berners-Lee and Tim O’Reilly. Putting theory aside, the technical aspect does not separate the World Wide Web analysts as much. The goal of this presentation is to give an overview of Web 2.0 technologies that have an impact on journalism, with introduction to the emerging concept of Web 3.0.

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