The term Web 2.0 received a lot of attention lately. Not only because it is a fancy concept, but also because it is changing the way we interact, work, communicate and live.
Michael Wesch, professor of Cultural Anthropology at the Kansas State University created an outstanding video to explain how the whole phonomenon started and where it is heading, check it out:
“Web 2.0 is linking people (…) people sharing, trading and collaborating. We will need to rethink a few things… copyright, authorship, identity, ethics, aesthetics, rethorics, governance, pricacy, commerce, love, family… ourselves.”
Update: If you can not load the video directly here is the original link.