Whether we like it or not, Web 2.0 is here to stay, and beginners need a list of tools to get them started. In this world, where everybody is sharing pictures, videos, information and so on, it is not a good idea to be left behind. Here are some of the best Web 2.0 tools for beginners that will get you started in this technology powered communication world.
Diigo is a great Web 2.0 tool that allows you to make a collection of websites that may be of interest to you. You can download this tool directly into your toolbar, as use it as an RSS feed kind of tool, in order to keep up to date with everything that is published on those websites.
Another great Web 2.0 tool you may want to try as a beginner is Jing. This tool teaches you how to capture screens, helping you in professional or educational purposes, but not only.
If you have not heard about Facebook, you have probably lived under a rock until now. Facebook is a great Web 2.0 tool that puts you in contact with your friends and not only. You can share the things you like, show pictures and keep in touch with all the people you know.
In case you never know where your books are, Shelfari can help you a great deal. This Web 2.0 tool is designed to keep your digital books in order, so you always know where to get them from.
Being in touch with all the things happening in your area of interest is of the utmost importance in this day and age, when communication and information are exchanged at the speed of light. Twitter helps you be in touch with all the things happening in a corner of the Internet and not only.
If you have a funny video that you want to share with your friends, you can do so by storing it on Vodpod. This is a great tool for browsing, sharing and watching videos from funny clips to politics.
In case you want your presentation to look professional, upload it on Slideshare. Whenever anyone wants to see it, you can send them directly there.
Tineye is a reverse image search engine that can show you altered images, as well as letting you know who used certain pictures to alter them.
Flickr still remains one of the most powerful Web 2.0 tools, with thousands of pictures that can be visualized for free. School events, personal pictures, and many more are shared on this channel that allows users to upload as many photos they want in order to share them with others.