Web 1.0

Web 1.0 was an early stage of the conceptual evolution of the World Wide Web, centered around a top-down approach to the use of the web and its user interface.Socially, users could only view webpages but not contribute to the content of the webpages.According to Cormode, G. and Krishnamurthy, B. (2008): "content creators were few in Web 1.0 with the vast majority of users simply acting as consumers of content." Technically, Web 1.0 webpage's information is closed to external editing. Thus, information is not dynamic, being updated only by the webmaster.
Posts about Web 1.0
  • How one-time dot-com darling iVillage fell to Earth

    … Today quietly marks the end of an era in online publishing, when the four remaining employees of iVillage fill out their last time sheet there. Born in 1995, at the dawn of the dot-com boom, iVillage was synonymous with the frothiness of the new online economy. Its co-founders Candace Carpenter and Nancy Evans were not Web geeks but veterans…

    Lucia Moses/ Digidayin Social Facebook How To's- 5 readers -
  • Insane Story of the Day: eBay Started as an Ebola Site

    … After spending way too much time playing with the Way Back Machine, Fortune’s Erin Griffith came away with an amazing scoop: eBay started as a website about Ebola. In 1995, ebay.com was just another quirky domain on the young web. As Griffith reports, entrepreneur Pierre Omidyar only bought it when his first choice, echobay.com, wasn’t…

    Joe Lazauskas/ The Content Strategistin Content- 9 readers -
  • Web 1.0 dinosaur Metafilter modernizes, slowly

    … MetaFilter calls to mind a bygone Internet age. Launched in 1999, the quaintly self-styled “community weblog” is a general-interest forum where its fiercely loyal users share links and engage in generally troll-free discussions. Think of it as reddit for grownups. Problem is, it’s tough to be a grownup online these days. Earlier this year…

    Ricardo Bilton/ Digidayin Social Google Facebook Twitter- 7 readers -
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