Posts Tagged ‘web 2.0

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Out
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Comunidades e partilha de informação

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O Sérgio Santos fez esta apresentação para uma sessão de incentivo aos caloiros para explorarem novas ferramentas colaborativas, na Faculdade de Física da Universidade de Coimbra. O tema principal são essas  ferramentas e as tendências de comunicação e colaboração que estão ao dispôr de todos. Um trabalho simples e interessante, e bastante esclarecedor para iniciados.

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31
Maio
08

Tendências para o futuro | Future Trends

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Richard MacManus do ReadWriteWeb fez uma apresentação para o XMediaLab dedicada às novas tendências que levarão a web do 2 para o 3.0. Dessa apresentação fica este slideshow muito interessante.

Podem seguir os links que estão na apresentação.

ReadWriteWeb’s Richard MacManus gave a presentation at the XMediaLab dedicated to the new trends that will take web from 2 to 3.0. From that presentation was left this interesting slideshow.

You can follow the links in the slideshow.

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28
Abr
08

“Where’s the Business Model for News, People?”

Jay RosenIt’s remarkable to me how many accomplished producers of those goods, the future production of which is in doubt, are still at the stage of asking other people, “How are we going to pay our reporters if you guys don’t want to pay for our news?” Recently I heard one such person say, “Society should be worried about this!”

At many a conference I have attended on new media and journalism, some old pro whose subsidy is fast disappearing will (mentally) place hands on hips and say about the Internet as a whole, “Well, that’s all very nice, very Web 2.0, but where’s the business model, people?” As if that were some kind of contribution. I can’t tell you how disconcerting–and weird–I find some of these performances.

Jay Rosen

Da pilha de artigos da semana passada este é dos mais interessantes. Jay Rosen coloca em discussão os modelos de negócio para a industria das notícias, e dá exemplos de como algumas das soluções podem estar no passado, e como a própria indústria da publicidade terá que se renovar para uma melhor eficácia na web.

Uma das questões mais interessantes que Rosen levanta é a do fim da fina cortina que separa o jornalismo da actividade empresarial, ou seja, porque não poderá uma empresa ligada a outra área de ter o seu próprio meio de comunicação? Será que agora que essa ligação é mais velada significa maior independência? As questões éticas são imensas.

Depois, noutro link, que não está directamente relacionado com este assunto (ou está?), fica o comentário de uma editora de um jornal americano que pensa que os utilizadores se acham muito espertos por estarem a ler o seu jornal online de borla. Pois,a esperteza deverá estar em pedir dinheiro para se dar acesso à mesma informação que se encontra gratuitamente, e provavelmente mais completa, noutro lado. Por acaso, ainda não recebi resposta do jornal AS BEIRAS…

Among last week’s article stack, this is one of the most interesting. Jay Rosen puts to discussion business models for the news industry, and gives some examples of how part of the solution can be found in the past, and how the advertising industry must renew itself for a better web efficiency.

One of the most interesting questions raised by Rosen is about the end of the thin curtain that separates journalism from businesses, or, why can a non-journalism company have it’s own media? Does it mean that now this connection is more veiled there is more independence at the newsrooms? The ethical issues around this are overwhelming.

Then, in another unrelated link about this subject(is it?), there’s a post by a local newspaper editor that thinks readers must feel pretty smart for reading her newspaper online for free. Yeah, smartness must be in asking for money to grant access to the same information that can be found for free, and probably better, someplace else.

This reminds me i never got an answer back from AS BEIRAS…


06
Mar
08

Mapa da Web 2.0 | Web 2.0 Map

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Os Information Architects criaram o “mapa do metro” da Web 2.0. A única empresa portuguesa com direito a paragem é o Sapo. Via reportr.net.

The Information Architects created the “subway map” for Web 2.0. The only portuguese company with a station is Sapo. Via reportr.net.

Ver mapa | View map

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05
Mar
08

Perspectivas críticas sobre a Web 2.0 | Critical perspectives on Web 2.0

O António Granado recomendou e eu fui ler. A mais recente edição da First Monday traz uma série de artigos sobre a web 2.0, debruçando-se especialmente sobre as fronteiras entre “produtores e utilizadores, consumo e participação, autoridade e amadorismo, diversão e trabalho, dados e a rede, realidade e virtualidade.” Ou seja, como o que antes pertencia a uns pertence agora a todos, mas de que forma?

O artigo que me está a captar mais a atenção é o de Søren Mørk Petersen, “Loser Generated Content: From Participation to Exploitation”.

Para quem estuda e para quem se interessa.

António Granado recommended it, and i read it. The most recent edition of First Monday has a series of articles about web 2.0, that observes especially the borders between “users and producers, consumption and participation, authority and amateurism, play and work, data and the network, reality and virtuality.” Which is, what once belonged to a few, now belongs to everybody, but in which way?

The article that has really caught my eye is one by Søren Mørk Petersen, “Loser Generated Content: From Participation to Exploitation”.

For those who study and care about this.

The rhetoric surrounding Web 2.0 infrastructures presents certain cultural claims about media, identity, and technology. It suggests that everyone can and should use new Internet technologies to organize and share information, to interact within communities, and to express oneself. It promises to empower creativity, to democratize media production, and to celebrate the individual while also relishing the power of collaboration and social networks.

 

Preface: Critical Perspectives on Web 2.0

Zimmer, Michael. “Preface: Critical Perspectives on Web 2.0” First Monday [Online], Volume 13 Number 3

 

In this article, some of the critical aspects of Web 2.0 are mapped in relation to labor and the production of user generated content. For many years the Internet was considered an apt technology for subversion of capitalism by the Italian post–Marxists. What we have witnessed, however, is that the Internet functions as a double–edged sword; the infrastructure does foster democracy, participation, joy, creativity and sometimes creates zones of piracy. But, at the same time, it has become evident how this same infrastructure also enables companies easily to piggyback on user generated content. Different historical and contemporary examples are provided to map how the architecture of participation sometimes turns into an architecture of exploitation.

Loser Generated Content: From Participation to Exploitation

Petersen, Søren. “Loser Generated Content: From Participation to Exploitation” First Monday [Online], Volume 13 Number 3 (2 March 2008)

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