All computers are equal
Web 2.0 and its ability to challenge the way we install and hold software on our computers is turning computers on their heads. Traditionally a Mac was a Mac and a PC was a PC but all that is changing.
If you have a computer you will be well aware of whether it is operating on Windows or Mac Operating Systems. But they can both access the internet and the advent of Web2.0 has very quietly challenged our understanding and blurred the lines between what computer you have and use.
This synergy has been grasped by companies such as Google and Yahoo to name a few, who offer documents, presentations, photos and videos to be stored on their servers. This has now enabled students to simply click on a website, upload their learning and view it both at home and at school.
Simple online programmes coined webware like scrbl, tutpup, mind42, Google Apps, voicethread, grogster, and blogging have removed the need to install and continually upgrade this software at a nominal fee.
For marketing companies, this is the perfect weapon when faced with a David and Goliath battle. The need for creating DVDs and placing your software in shops to be purchased by consumers has been reduced because they can market their product simply by word of mouth.
The quiet unfolding revolution that is occurring at the exact same time is the fact that because of these webware tools being created more and more every single day the notion of asking which OS you use is becoming more and more redundant. The difference is simply a click of a button and the rest is equivalent.
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