Web 2.0 video

A nice Web 2.0 video titled “Web 2.0 … The Machine is Us/ing Us” has been on YouTube for some time now, acquiring over two million views, and, at the time of posting, 4999 comments.

There is a final version of the clip available, but with far less views and comments, etc.

The video is all about, of course, Web 2.0 and is very informative. A definitive watch!

As well as watching the video on YouTube, you can watch it at Web 2.0 site, Mojiti. Mojiti allows comments to be placed onto the actual video itself when watching it. Now that is true Web 2.0 style. Be warned, there are a lot of comments playing throughout the video and they detract from the video, so I suggest watching the video here, or on YouTube first.

The videos were made by Michael Wesch and are available under a Creative Commons Attribution Non-commercial Share Alike 3.0 License. He makes a great point by making it available under a CC licence, he says, “interlinking of people sharing and collaborating”.

Nice music too.


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