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As we know the world is growing and developing it in a remarkable way. Therefore, Web 2.0 are giving the users a rich Internet applications which mean that web applications that have many of the characteristics of desktop (wiki) applications. Therefore, According to O’Reilly  (2005) “ The Success in the Web 2.0 world depends on a successful user experience”.

The first example is one of the newest web 2.0 that has influence many of the people. In their way of working. This web 2.0 application is Google Wave. Google wave is an online tool for communication and teamwork. Also Google wave can be both a discussion and a document where people can share and talk about there work using text, photos, videos, and more. Also the user of the application can reply in the massage, edit on the content and add more users. Therefore Google wave is the best example of the rich user experience.

Another example, which can be one of the greatest examples of web 2.0 applications is plashup. Plashup is a web 2.0 application and it is the next step in our evolution, easy to use, web-based image editor for experienced users. Plashup is a free online photo editor. Edit, adjust and filter your images. Therefore, this web 2.0 application gives the users the chance to create and design many photos. Therefore Plashup is the best example of the rich user experience.

The resources:

http://oreilly.com/pub/a/web2/archive/what-is-web-20.html?page=4

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rich_internet_applications

http://wave.google.com/using-wave.html

http://www.splashup.com/blog/

As we know the world is growing and developing in a remarkable way. Also the websites are developing too. Which increase the Internet users. Therefore, Website are giving the companies and the normal users the opportunity to create and customizes there own website. This is the innovation in assembly.

There is one of the most popular examples of web 2.0 and innovation in assembly, which is Netlog. Netlog is an online platform where users can keep in touch with and extend their social network. Also, Netlog gives the users the opportunity to create new account. Also, you can create your own web page with a blog, pictures, and videos. Also, they can customize their pages to the people. In addition, they can add some applications to share it with there friends. Therefore, Netlog is one of the best examples of innovation in assembly.

The other example of innovation in assembly is YouTube. YouTube is the world’s most popular online video community. Also the users can watch and share videos. In addition, the YouTube are giving millions of people the opportunity to see others people clips and they can upload their clips and share it with them. Also the users can edit it on their YouTube page. In addition, the users can enables or disables commenting for their videos. Therefore, this is a good example of innovation in assembly.

Nowadays, the world is changing in a fast way, which make the Internet users and applications are increasing in a remarkable way. Therefore, the web 2.0 applications are using more functions than the data. However, the data is the number one factor for success in the Internet application, not just the function. Therefore, thinking about the Data is the Next Intel Inside as a factor can mean for the companies that saving the data for the web 2.0 users are more important than creating new functions for them

Looking for one of the most important example of web 2.0 applications that mean that the Data is the Next Intel Inside is more important then functions. For instance, eBay is one of the most famous online shops and auction. An online auction and shopping website in which people and businesses buy and sell a broad variety of goods and services worldwide. So the users can create their account and start searching for what item they want or they can sell items. Therefore, the best example for Data is the Next Intel Inside is the eBay online auction because the user data which will be entered in the auction. It will be stored in the eBay database.

Another example, which can be one of the famous web 2.0 applications is the MySpace. MySpace is one of the biggest social websites. So the users can create their accounts and start socializing with other people. They can add photos videos, comments and tags. So this particular web 2.0 application is building their data form the network. Therefore, MySpace is a good example of Data is the Next Intel Inside because the users will comment on one of the users page so the data will store in the MySpace Database.

The resources:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/EBay

http://oreilly.com/pub/a/web2/archive/what-is-web-20.html?page=3

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