Web 2.0 News
The significant features of Web 2.0 — such as interactive, collaborative and dispersed behaviors — make it possible for both official and informal arenas of daily activities to take place online. In addition, Web 2.0 is participatory and focused on allowing reading and writing online, making web transactions bidirectional.
For instance, Web 2.0 also spawned self-publishing tools like WordPress and social networking websites like Facebook and Twitter. Despite these advantages, there is still a lack of communication and knowledge exchange across platforms and community boundaries in Web 2.0, which led to the development of Web 3.0.