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Web 2.0

Web 2.0 allows to connect and express ourselves and deal with people across oceans and continents and away from the cultural barriers and we can exchange the freedom of information guaranteed to every human being without distinction of color or race or religion benefit from the information.
Can be through scientific progress and follow-up interactive learning sites and scientific journals person can get everything new field.

In addition to e-news sites that allow me know the moment of the accident happening and I feel as if the whole world in my hands.

It also allows Web 2.0 free Altabr in through blogs, YouTube, a person can express his opinion without objection from one or fear of any pressure and the work of the base Readers him hear his voice, featured a new type of press, which is based in the building told her on Facebook and Twitter can communicate with friends.

I am editor of Web 2.0 help me to get everything new in the science of the press in order to acquired new skills and I can from publishing sites in the world more easily than the previous time has made the Web 2.0 became much easier than before.

So by Web 2.0 can be to discuss women's issues in Egypt, and publish it for the world and discussed the events after the change to draw attention to them we express our repressed their voices, and try hard to free their voices also allowed us the opportunity to edit our voices we are.


plattem's picture

Hi there!

Nice effort on your writing. I would love to have heard more about how using Web 2.0 empowers you personally.

All the best.

lobna sedky's picture

Web 2.0 for me is my life now

I use Web 2.0 many a longer Glossy front of my computer my internet day average of 12 hours between my work and my studies, I used Lee Addon on my blog, and send news of the sites for dissemination and lift my Alfdyohat and his photographs on YouTube and my blog and sent to the sites newsletter, as I use Twitter to get the latest news, Web 2.0 has helped me to get the workshops in the field of journalism, Web 2.0 for me is my life now .

jap21's picture

Hi Lobna

When I read your piece, there are some questions about what you meant, so please take some more time polishing your piece next time, because I can see that you have a lot to say, you have a need to express your spirit, and I feel the urgence to understand you.

Keep going my dear, never give up, give it all out!



Jacqueline Patiño FundActiva
Tarija - Bolivia
South America

aimeeknight's picture

Hi Lobna, Welcome to World

Hi Lobna,
Welcome to World Pulse. I can see that you have a passion for writing and are eager to make use of Web 2.0. I agree that your writing needs improvement so that your thoughts are clearly presented. The best place to start would be with your classroom reading materials. Also, feel free to engage with your fellow VOF participants and Listeners. We are here to help each other! Continue to write and express your voice, you will improve with each piece you write.
All my best,

"One shoe can change a life" ~ Cinderella

lobna sedky's picture


Thank you for your kind words and I will work as much as possible on it.
We are already here to learn from each other and share in order to light a candle better than to curse the darkness.

Thank you very much!

lobna sedky

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