Jay's Lexicon, Web 2.0 Musings

Jay’s Lexicon – Augmented Content

There’s been a lot of talk of content, and user generated content, but strangely the phrase augmented content I find greatly overlooked.

Especially as the process of content augmentation is one which we appear to be constantly engaged in, albiet at the moment in a limited form. Augmenting tweets by linking to urls and blogs, augmenting web pages by adding tags and comments, and Augmenting knowledge through tools like wikipedia.

This idea has much use for the future. See my next post for an example of a content augmentation tool.


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