Before reading this article I’d first heard the buzzword Web 2.0 last semester in one of my COMM classes. We were broken off into groups and given different industries to study the entire semester but Web 2.0 was left unassigned because there were other choices and no one wanted to research it because no one knew what it meant. We never re-visited the issue and no one really asked what it was because we were concerned with the assigned work. After reading this article, I know have a much clearer picture on what the word actually means. The list comparing Web 1.0 and Web 2.0 as well as the “Meme Map” really did a great job laying that out. From what I conclude, a Web 2.0 website or company allows more interaction from users rather than an unknown team behind the scenes writing code. The example that stuck out the most was the comparison of Britannica Online and Wikipedia. I really understood once I connected the two. Web 2.0 websites allow users to edit content and to share with others. They also allow users to interact with each other like with blogs (whether written or video like Youtube).