web 1.0,2.0,3.0?

web1.0 and web2.0

HISTORY
Web 1.0 and web 2.0 are the technology for the people can communicated each other. Web1.0 is also the first vision of the web which was essentially a source of information authored by a small number of people for a very large number of users. It also consisted largely of static webpages with little room for real interactivity. For web 1.0, You published the information on the web is like in a static manner. For example, is like your world document on the web with pictures and formatting done neatly. There are two important factors for the web 1.0, the hyper-linking the webpages and bookmarking.
The idea of the web2.0 is from the meeting that operated by the company call the O’Reily and Medialive. The CEO who called Dale Dougherty realized that the web should have a new stuff that can stimulate and can make our life more and more simple. And then the web2.0 appeared. This term was coined by Tim O’Reilly the information published in web2.0 world is very different from web1.0. There is a very high importance given on usability and sharing. The information published in Web2.0 world travels like wild fire, either partially or in full. Web2.0 world has less clutter coupled with easy retrieval of precise information and furthermore building upon that information and sharing it further.

The FUTURE, or WEB 3.0
The Semantic Web (Web 3.0) is generally regarded as advancement in technology. However, although this may be the case it has been suggested that it this advancement is not necessarily for the better. The semantic web has been envisioned to help society by making suggestions and helping with decision making. There have been many fictions that have revolved around the cons of such situations. With the increasing number of decisions suggested through technology an individual would use less rational thinking skills. It can be argued that Web 3.0 may be taking the idea of the internet and web to a dangerous realm in which it can become a detriment instead of a benefit. To place this situation into context, the debate about artificial intelligence is one that is highly divided with great points from both sides. Needless to say this makes the debate a controversial topic. Technology has come a long way and it has been stated that one of the largest and last hurdles of artificial intelligence is a computer’s ability to network ideas and concepts; an ability to look at the semantics of a situations and apply it to other connections. It would seem that Web 3.0 is a stepping stone to complete a missing component of a controversial idea and yet still regarded as a great progress.

The emergence of a new era of technologies, collectively known as Web 3.0, provides a strategically significant opportunity to make media and business run better. Also known as the semantic web or linked data, web 3.0 is a web in which data is linked to allow for more meaningful, actionable insight to be extracted. At the conference, we will explore how companies are using these technologies today, and should be using them tomorrow, for significant bottom line impact in areas like marketing, corporate information management, publishing, customer service, and personal productivity.

following are some of the advantages of web 3.0

One, that you won't need to "go" anywhere, except maybe to set up some initial parameters. Where your computer is, is where you are. Information comes to you based on tags and search criteria; you don't have to go out there.
Two, that there are no pages. Information comes in packets of discrete units. You merge or cross them, as you need to.
Three, that there are no Web sites. Existing Web sites are no longer meant for human eyes. They act as indexes to the information, which is accessible via XML request. Exceptions to this will not be Web sites, but independent little islands of commerce or games.
Four, that creating information is like writing an email or writing a document. Accessible to anyone with a computer.
Finally, that being on the Web means not being on the Web at all. It is like being "on the telephone", i.e. you have a telephone in your house.

The Web 3.0 Interface
The classic Web 3.0 interface requires four essential application types:

An application to configure your feeds using live examples. Saved searches should give you back previous results first. Results are otherwise ordered by your interests. You can junk or pin sources for relevancy. This application replaces existing search tools.
An application to view your feeds or search results, including anything tagged for your ID (i.e. email). There are buttons to let you filter and so on. This application replaces all current viewing applications, such as email, Web browser, and so on.
One or more applications to write, edit pictures or documents, create spreadsheets, and so on. Buttons that let you: publish, tag, save, and so on. Some tags and permission are assigned automatically or by default. These applications are like today's word processing (including email), image processing, and other creative applications. What matters here is that they all output tagged documents with settings to control publishing levels (public, private, tags, etc.).
Any other secondary applications for viewing specialized data, such as a picture viewer, a music tuner, a game display, a video player, and so on.

by: Phalot Wongpipit, Yan Chen, Kyle, Bahram Amini

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