World 2.0

Web 2.0 marks the transition into a bigger corporate greed. This is seen through the fact that Web 2.0 has moved into a more secretive way to create profit. ¬†For example, advertising has changed into a way that steals data to create these advertisements more personalized. More than that, articles have shown that these companies are getting this data and using it more malevolent way to click-bait users. This now brings me into my next segment of how cost per clicks now have replaced page views. The Web 2.0 is creating a bigger way to connect advertisements to users that would click it. For example, one user of he inter-web was viewing leather faux jackets on his laptop. His laptop had his social media website up. The next day he logged onto his phone’s social media and the advertisements for jackets appeared there. Web 2.0, or World 2.0 has the power to move cross devices.
Web 2.0 has affected my life through advertisements being more apparent. More mass media is using user interface and user participation. For example, YouTubers now create content that requires their viewers to interact through liking, sharing and commenting. These interactions are increased as YouTubers use their videos to attract viewers and bring them to different platform websites. Web 2.0 has created a World 2.0 where the internet now has become more interactive. Now normal high school students can edit scholarly articles that used to be reserved for pundits.
Web 2.0 has created a World 2.0 where now things around us are always moving, from tablet to tablet.