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|title: ||chmod 777 education|
|authors: ||Santos, Carlos Manuel Neves|
|keywords: ||Web 2.0|
|issue date: ||Apr-2009|
|publisher: ||Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)|
|abstract: ||In 2005, a few months after Tim O'Reilly crafted the term Web 2.0 and the discussion about Web 1.0 vs Web 2.0 emerged, IBM's James Snell wrote a short post explaining his view about the Web 2.0 concept. He used a brief Unix/Linux command—chmod 777 Web—to convey the message that Web 2.0 is all about granting users full-access privileges to the Web.
His thought-provoking comments got us thinking. What would happen if we executed a "chmod 777 education" command to provide openness to education?|
|publisher version/DOI: ||http://dx.doi.org/10.1145/1595384.1594178|
|source: ||eLearn Magazine|
|appears in collections||cetac.media - Artigos|
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