Web 2.0

Journal article

Towards open annotation: examples and experiments

This article interrogates how digital text annotation tools and projects facilitate online engagement and virtual communities of practice. With the rise of the Web 2.0 movement and the proliferation of digital resources, annotation has evolved from an isolated practice to a collaborative one.
Conference paper

Real Estate 2.0: towards a value ecology?

In the Web 2.0 communication and cultural environment, the way in which value is created is shifting from a hierarchical model, in which products are created, managed and distributed from the top down (with customers on the bottom), to a horizontal or peer-to-peer model, in...

The global information technology report 2010-2011

Sweden and Singapore continue to top the rankings of The Global Information Technology Report 2010-2011, Transformations 2.0, released by the World Economic Forum, confirming the leadership of the Nordic countries and the Asian Tiger economies in adopting and implementing ICT advances for increased growth and...
Briefing paper

Cyber crime 2.0 versus the Twittering classes

This paper contends that the hype surrounding the steep rise of social media networking website use has tended to mask the reality of a corresponding growth in online fraud and crime. New Web 2.0 technologies may enable inventive interactivity online, but they also foster innovative...

Legal aspects of Web 2.0 activities: management of legal risk associated with use of YouTube, MySpace and Second Life

As Web 2.0 technologies proliferate, an increasing number of Australians, especially young Australians, are relying primarily on information and communication technologies to engage and interact with each other and the world. If governments are to have meaningful interaction with young people, it is therefore important...