Article Title: Zdnet Reports: “Feed Me Bubbe” a Web 2.0 Example

“Web 2.0 is the next generation of the Internet. While the first generation is defined by primarily static websites that were valuable for gathering information or conducting specific transactions (buying a book), Web 2.0 is about social networking (among the most popular is myspace), collaborative content development (wikipedia), and blogs.

At a recent conference in San Diego, ZdNet report Andrew Keen discovered a new show created by Avrom Honig about his grandmother’s cooking. The show is called “Feed Me Bubbe” and features her cooking a variety of her favorite dishes.

This is a great example of older adults online contributing to the Internet’s next generation of content. It confirms the limitless ways that older adults can contribute to expansion and utility of the Internet. Enjoy the cuisine”

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