WEBCAST: Web 2.0 and the Next Generation of Computing for State and Local Governments (Level 200)

Posted by: Federal Developer Weblog, on 10 Feb 2009 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

Web 2.0 basically refers to the use of the Internet as an interactive and collaborative platform for applications like social networking. Web 2.0 encompasses things like Web-based communities, wikis, blogs, mashups, podcasts, and tagging, which facilitate collaboration, interaction, and sharing among users. In this webcast, we look at the next generation of online services for state and local governments, and we provide some examples of how state and local governments are using Web 2.0 technologies...

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