Web 2.0 Video

I just found this amazing video created by Michael Wesch, Assistant Professor of Cultural Anthropology at Kansas State University. The video explains the evolution of the web from its humble HTML beginnings to the introduction of XML, RSS and beyond.

It explains Web 2.0 in just under five minutes. It flows extremely well. It is a work of genius that deserves some sort of award. It should at least be nominated for something.

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  1. I agree. This is amazing. It is a primer that everyone in publishing should see; it would have been intersting to include images from the Guttenburg Press and stone tables and such- perhaps that is in the feature film version. Ask Jonathan Demme to direct, and maybe you’ll get an explosion or two. : )

    #1 by Steve Thompson — February 15, 2007 @ 12:12 pm

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