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Web 2.0

Report và là 1 trong những bài post đầu tiên về Web 2.0. What Is Web 2.0 ? Lecture: 2. Agenda 3. Web 2.0 4. Read-Write Web 5. Other Web 2.0 influences 6. Web 2.0 by Tim O'Reilly 7. Web 2.0 Principles 8. Core Competencies of Web 2.0 Companies 9. Web 2.0 Design Patterns 10. Six (or so) Quick Examples Web 2.0 “What is Web 2.0?” is a common question these days. Web 2.0 is certainly a buzz word that has been “bouncing around the blogosphere” since late 2004 . Tim O'Reilly attempts the following “compact” definition : Web 2.0 is the network as platform, spanning all connected devices; Web 2.0 applications are those that make the most of the intrinsic advantages of that platform: delivering software as a continually-updated service that gets better the more people use it, consuming and remixing data from multiple sources, including individual users, while providing their own data and services in a form that allows remixing by others, creating

I.B.M. to Offer Office Software Free in Challenge to Microsoft’s Line I.B.M. plans to mount its most ambitious challenge in years to Microsoft ’s dominance of personal computer software, by offering free programs for word processing, spreadsheets and presentations. Skip to next paragraph I.B.M. Steven A. Mills, senior vice president of I.B.M.’s software group, said the programs promote an open-source document format. The company is announcing the desktop software, called I.B.M. Lotus Symphony, at an event today in New York. The programs will be available as free downloads from the I.B.M. Web site. I.B.M.’s Lotus-branded proprietary programs already compete with Microsoft products for e-mail, messaging and work group collaboration. But the Symphony software is a free alternative to Microsoft’s mainstay Office programs — Word, Excel and PowerPoint. The Office business is huge and lucrative for Microsoft, second only to its Windows operating system as a profit maker. In

SAP Unveils Web Software, New Business Model

NEW YORK ( Reuters ) - SAP AG unveiled a long-awaited line of Web-delivered software on Wednesday that will radically change the company's business model and may shake up the Internet software arena. Called Business ByDesign, the software is initially a one-size-fits-all, subscription-based package aimed at mid-sized companies and is a crucial plank in SAP's strategy to more than double its customer base to 100,000 by 2010. "It's not just a new product for us," Chief Executive Henning Kagermann told journalists and analysts at a company event in New York. "It's a new era for SAP." SAP, the market leader in complex suites of software for large enterprises, is the first major software maker to enter the market for so-called software as a service delivered over the Internet. It said it will have invested up to 400 million euros ($559 million) in marketing and ramping up Business ByDesign by the end of next year. One-fifth of the company&#

Haskell - A new perspective

after nearly a week , I have studied Haskell. Peter, gave me a lot of work, some notes, things to do , to think about Now it's time to review what I have learned I spend 1 week on reading all notes in 4 week. Not big deal. OK Some important concepts Value Type Function Module Eg: module Sample where square :: Int -> Int square x = x*x
Free Stanford Webinar Long-Range Design - A Proven Paradigm for Radical Innovation Dr. William Cockayne Learn the new tools (e.g. critical foresight, anticipatory research design thinking ) that are empowering organizations to improve the quality and speed of their research and design innovation programs. Date: August 30, 2007 Time: 10:00 am, PDT View the recorded webinar