Knowledge. Connectivity. Organization. Empowerment. These are a few of the words that I think of when I think of Web 2.0.
What excites me more about Web 2.0?
The internet has proven to be a vital tool in helping people who otherwise don't have a voice, get their voices heard.
For the first time I've heard and seen the word Web 2.0 even though I use it every day.
I readily admit to being a tech geek; in fact for years my friends and colleagues would call me the gadget grrl because I loved to purchase the newest technology gadgets, learn how to use them and hav
Experience has shown that certain situations call for alternative measures. The existence of web2.0 has therefore demonstrated that women are great agent for change.
“I am only one - but still I am one. I cannot do everything, but still I can do something.
The following link to a very clear-sighted article was passed on by a colleague recently, and I thought it might make interesting reading for my friends on Pulse!
The world of the internet certainly has defeated the barriers of communications. It has reached unimagined spaces, places and people and shortened the distance between peoples.
Web 2.0 for me is a friend and a medium for venting. Until I graduated, I did not know if anything like blogging existed. I always had this need to share my stories, to pen down what I was feeling.