Thanks to web 2.0 technology, the future of Internet has changed tremendously. In the past, one might see that looking up some information regarding albums or popular films, for example, might mean being limited to simply viewing the content, now you can actually download the content digitally, coming from the very same media formats. Now, you can actually be in possession of the exact physical form of the information instead of just relying on what others wrote about the content. Because of this, social networking has also become the new buzzword.
Thanks to places to interact such as MySpace and Facebook – among the many other types and aspirants of social networking – one can truly say that the life we have “online” or on the Internet truly is very much a part of who we are. And of course, this is all thanks to web 2.0 technology. With the technology that comes with web 2.0, you can have an easy time catching up with your old friends and also to update your current ones with what you are doing at the very precise minute.
You can also add a lot of media to your work and you can also place there music -either your favorites or the ones you have composed by your very own self – which you can share with literally billions of people who live all over the world and may stumble upon your personal space on the web, like it and stay there. All of this is made possible by web 2.0 technology.