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12.2.09 | SPOTLIGHT: You’ve been working with the idea of participatory culture for some time now. Tell me a bit about when this notion started dawning on you.
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By Charlene Li We just released a new report that Josh and I wrote, titled " Social Technographics ". Here's the executive summary:
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The Internet has evolved beyond a simple, streamlined publishing medium for producers and a read-only one for consumers -- with ecommerce as a typical and integral part of many sites -- and has instead turned into a participative read/write Web. This read/write Web ( dubbed “Web 2.0” by publisher Tim O’Reilly prior to his Conference of the same name in October, 2005) is a fundamental shift in leveraging the architecture of the Internet and key to the creation and delivery of Participation Applications.
Lawyers are always asking me how to get reader interaction and comments.
Here is what I found at my site today: Q: I have been addicted to 3form tonight and I can’t get off.
The college graduates of 2006 have never known a time when personal computers, mobile phones, television time-shift recording and other technologies were not at their fingertips. Josiah is a 20 year old college student who hasn't known a time when he didn't have access to a computer.
It's an emerging rule of thumb that suggests that if you get a group of 100 people online then one will create content, 10 will "interact" with it (commenting or offering improvements) and the other 89 will just view it.
Shown at school on lunch break, Stephanie Chow, a 15-year-old junior at Menlo School used to spend hours on MySpace. It started getting time consuming. I was changing my layout instead of doing my homework. Now she uses Palo Alto-based Facebook. Event on 11/1/06 in Atherton.