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해외의 웹2.0 사이트들

Module by: Sujong Seo. E-mail the author

Summary: 해외의 주요 웹2.0 기반의 사이트에 대해 소개한다.

해외의 웹2.0 기반의 서비스 사이트에는 어떤 것들이 있을까요? 다음은 주로 미국의 사이트들을 중심으로 순위별로 리스트한 것입니다. 각 사이트의 서비스를 조사하여 웹2.0 서비스의 특징을 요약해 봅시다.

1. 미국의 순위별 웹2.0 서비스 사이트 목록 (2008년 1월)

출처: http://www.alexa.com

2. 다음은 어떤 사이트에 대한 설명인가요?

Exercise 1

An online collaborative encyclopedia.

Solution

Wikimedia

Exercise 2

Free, automated weblog publishing tool that sends updates to a site via FTP.

Solution

Blogger.com

Exercise 3

A social utility that connects people, to keep up with friends, upload photos, share links and videos.

Solution

Myspace / Facebook

Exercise 4

Provides image hosting for auctions, live journals, blogs, message boards, personal websites and online photo albums. Reliable, fast and very simple to use.

Solution

PhotoBucket

Exercise 5

A service for journals and blogs, that also offers privacy controls, photo storage, publishing tools, style templates, and online communities for many interests.

Solution

LiveJournal

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