Web 2.0 vs. Flash Video 2.0

January 31, 2006 at 1:35 pm Leave a comment

So what does Web 2.0 and Flash Video 2.0 have in common and what do they not have in common?

Basically they both can be classified as marketing term that represents how it is the next stage in internet technology that is alot more interactive, and allows for multiple ways of either accessing information or publishing information to the internet.

The difference between the two are rather simplistic. Web 2.0 was a conference held in 2004 named by Tim O’Reilly. The conference represented a new out look using the internet more then searching and displaying webpages, but however using the internet as a delivery platform for applications, without downloading any software. Flash Video 2.0 is a term I created, which represent the new frontier of Interactive Flash Video by using video that was actually videotaped prior to encoding into Flash and giving a user an experience of choosing the content they wish to view without leaving a different screen, as well as creating a seamless experience. Unlike the wildfire of Web 2.0 applications appearing all over the place, Flash Video 2.0 is just starting to emerge.

In conclusion, both Web 2.0 & Flash Video 2.0 are not considered static or linear, there is happening even, if you don’t press any buttons.
Below is a list of website that offer Web 2.0 and Flash Video 2.0

Web 2.0 – Good List of Examples

my picks

Flash Video 2.0 – Good List of examples

my picks


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