More Web 2.0
But Web 2.0 has really enabled us as a society to interact and relate in an entirely different way than we’ve ever been able to before in the past. And even now, even then, past 10 years, web 2.0 has grown, especially in regards to things like social media, social media has significantly taken off compared to 10-15 years ago when it was just in its infancy stages. And so as you work around on the internet, try to think about, or reflect about how the switch and web technologies and the advancements of web technologies has really impacted you on how you actually work in your daily life, how you interact with your friends and family. But the last thing I want to close with is the machine is us/ing us, which is a video made by one of K-State’s professors, Dr. Michael Wesch, who works in the anthropology department, but I’ll link that video up for you to watch.