What most excites me about web 2.0?
2010 VOF Week 1
Before May 2010 while on a visit to India, the only other Pulse I was familiar with was that throbbing canal in my beautifully crafted feminine hand.
Imagine if Web 2.0 were an off the shelf app … and you’re at a trade show listening to a rep scream into a microphone announcing the latest, greatest attributes of this product: “Folks, it does every
It’s the beginning of summer in Zimbabwe. The sound in the hot afternoon is crackling - pods exploding and scattering shiny brown seeds into the dust. It is dry now.
As a newbie in writing journals and essays online, I am excited to explore Web 2.0.
The Web has been good to me… as a human, as a person, as a woman. And it keeps getting better. I often make the joke: “The Internet is the ‘tech’ arm of Goddess!!”
In the wake of the internet and such like phenomenon the world has grown smaller and become one global community.
I consider myself lucky to live today. When I was younger, we often had no idea what was happening beyond our national borders, other than the occasional newspaper article or television news story.
I love Web 2.0 because it provides global readership to posts. This is exciting. It means – save for media censorship – readers from Afghanistan to Zimbabwe can catch up with me.
“When we speak we are afraid our words will not be heard or welcomed. But when we are silent, we are still afraid. So it is better to speak.”