- The Machine Is Us/ing Us An inventive five-minute introduction to Web 2.0 and how it is changing things, delivered by Michael Wesch.
- An Anthropological Introduction to YouTube Michael Wesch hits another home run with this amazing 50-minute presentation to the Library of Congress. It connects the dots on how Web 2.0 tools can work with each other to get your message to more people.
- Understanding Web 2.0 This video helps you understand the difference between Web 1.0 and Web 2.0 sites by giving you many examples of both types.
Web Sites, Blogs, Books and Articles
- Wikipedia Web 2.0 Wikipedia is a good starting place for information on just about anything, and there is great info on Web 2.0, including links to other sites (and, in case you didn’t notice, Wikipedia is actually a Web 2.0 site).
- Go2web20.net This is a directory of applications and services with more than 2,800 listings.
- Techsoup.org’s Everything You Need to Know about Web 2.0 is literally just that: how-to information on blogging tools, RSS feeds, tagging, wikis, podcasts and more.
- The Kennedy-Mighell Report’s Web 2.0 Primer for Lawyers A 2006 podcast that’s a bit dated, but still a great introduction to how lawyers can use Web 2.0 tools.
- The Lawyer’s Guide to Collaboration Tools and Technologies by Dennis Kennedy and Tom Mighell (ABA, 2008) Kennedy and Mighell strike again with this comprehensive guide to all the good stuff lawyers and firms should be using.
- Does Web 2.0 Point Us Toward Law 2.0? is a Law Practice Today roundtable giving specific examples of using Web 2.0 tools in a Web 2.0 context.
- ReadWriteWeb is a popular blog that provides Web technology news, reviews and analysis.
- What Is Web 2.0? This often-cited article by Tim O’Reilly defines and distinguishes Web 1.0 and 2.0 tools.
- Web 2.0: A Strategy Guide by Amy Shuen (O’Reilly, 2008). This book covers the strategies behind successful Web 2.0 implementations, with real examples of how various businesses are creating new opportunities on today’s Web.
- ABA Techshow 2009, April 2-4, 2009, Chicago You won’t find a larger crowd of people interested in legal Web 2.0 topics anywhere else—and it’s a great place to connect with them and learn more.