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Web 2.0: Blogging: Getting Started

Learn how to author your own web content via blogs with the use of Web 2.0 software.

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Welcome to Web 2.0 - Blogging

Welcome! This guide is meant to be a overview in how to get started blogging using open source (free) software.

Want to know where to get started? Click on the above tabs to find lists of books, primary sources and recommended reliable websites.

Have questions? Feel free to comment or ask questions about this research guide by clicking above on the PAGE COMMENTS link. Feel free to contact me at the email address provided anytime you need assistance.

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Web 2.0 - What does it mean?

Web 2.0 tools include RSS feeds, podcasts, blogs, wikis, Instant Messaging (IM) and social networking sites among others. The tools essentially turned the Internet from a one-way communication device into a two-way, interactive medium. Users may now respond to others and publish their own content on the Web quickly and easily.


This document briefly outlines a few Web 2.0 tools and contains some helpful links.

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