Since its inception, the World Wide Web has revolutionized the way we live our lives. From the way we socialize to the way we entertain, the Internet has given us endless opportunities. The worldwide launch of Tim Berners-Lee in 1989 led to the creation of the Internet, search engines, digital stores, social networking, and cryptocurrency, to name a few. There’s a lot to cover about what the Internet has brought to society, but one of the most fascinating theories comes from Henry Jenkins, an American scholar who has written extensively on new creations provided by the web. One of Jenkins’ most notable ideologies comes from his 2006 book, Welcome to Convergence Culture, which enables Web 2.0 to enable ‘producers’.