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Hello,

As we all are familiar with web 2.0... but some where i heard about web 3.0 and i have searched it but can't get too much knowledge about it...

Will somebody tell me is there really a things named as "web 3.0" exist??
If it is then how it is differ from "web 2.0"?

and also anybody tell me the name of some web 3.0 properties??
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  • Profile picture of the author Michelle Stevens
    Originally Posted by seoglobalexperts004 View Post

    Hello,

    As we all are familiar with web 2.0... but some where i heard about web 3.0 and i have searched it but can't get too much knowledge about it...

    Will somebody tell me is there really a things named as "web 3.0" exist??
    If it is then how it is differ from "web 2.0"?

    and also anybody tell me the name of some web 3.0 properties??
    This a quote from PC Mag:

    "To many, Web 3.0 is something called the Semantic Web, a term coined by Tim Berners-Lee, the man who invented the (first) World Wide Web. In essence, the Semantic Web is a place where machines can read Web pages much as we humans read them, a place where search engines and software agents can better troll the Net and find what we're looking for. "It's a set of standards that turns the Web into one big database," says Nova Spivack, CEO of Radar Networks, one of the leading voices of this new-age Internet."

    Here's the link if you want to read it all
    Web 3.0 | PCMag.com
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    • Profile picture of the author Kevin Riley
      Originally Posted by BIG Mike View Post

      It's a high-tech way of talking about what amounts to the social and semantic way the web is evolving.

      In the early days of the web (the 90's), content was static, meaning you used the web like a book. There was very little interaction that could take place between the visitor and a given website. This is sometimes referred to as web 1.0 although it wasn't a commonly used term.

      Web 2.0 focused more on user interaction/usability, although ironically Web 2.0 is probably better known for the "Look and Feel" of sites.

      Web 3.0 is just an outgrowth of this into social media - it refers to finding, sharing and interacting with data on a semantic level. It focuses more on what real people think and like.

      Facebook, Google+, Wiki's, etc., are all examples of this.
      I'm skipping all the in-between. I'm running Web 5.0. Catch up, will ya.
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        • Profile picture of the author Kevin Riley
          Originally Posted by BIG Mike View Post

          5.0 is for wussies...I'm running 5.2 in full beta
          Dammit. Putting the hamsters on double shifts. Ve shall have 5.5 by tomorrow. No drunken Greek shall be in front of us.
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        • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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          Other than observing that no two people mean exactly the same thing when they talk about Web 2.0, "Miss Luddite" here hasn't yet worked out what it means. And now people are talking about Web 3.0, and hamsters are beta-testing Web 5.5 or something?!

          Over here, Web 1.5 is good enough for us, guys: we don't need all this new-fangled, fancy stuff. :p
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          • Profile picture of the author drmani
            Web 1.0 = Content

            Web 2.0 = User Generated Content

            Web 3.0 = User Generated Content People Really WANT



            All success
            Dr.Mani
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          • Oh thanks a lot...

            It means m using web 3.0 in the form of social media........

            Originally Posted by Alexa Smith View Post

            Other than observing that no two people mean exactly the same thing when they talk about Web 2.0, "Miss Luddite" here hasn't yet worked out what it means. And now people are talking about Web 3.0, and hamsters are beta-testing Web 5.5 or something?!

            Over here, Web 1.5 is good enough for us, guys: we don't need all this new-fangled, fancy stuff. :p
            but mam i heard about it many times but can't get any good knowledge... even now i know there is web 5.5 is coming tomorrow.... i want to be updates thats why i made this thread... but thanks to you also for advising me...
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              • Profile picture of the author Kauzmo
                Originally Posted by johnvictor View Post

                what's the benefits of web 3.0?
                The user is far more involved with the site/content.

                • Web 1.0 - Static site and content
                • Web 2.0 - "Updated" look and feel - some user interaction (comments & user links and the like)
                • Web 3.0 - User extremely involved (generating content). Sites "intelligently" read by machines and data-based for search/indexing - think Panda. Better more relevant search results
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  • Profile picture of the author Peter May
    I was always lead to believe that 1.0 was standard internet browsing , 2.0 was social media and 3.0 is use of mobile devices.
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  • Profile picture of the author prian
    In the design side, I always feel that web1.0 had a very "blocky" design and very static.. while web2.0 is simpler, using a gradient color, sometimes using rounded corner, etc.

    From the content, web 1.0 is very static, web 2.0 give an addition on user-generated content (social network, blog, video sites, etc), and web 3.0 should implement more on computer-generated content.

    In the future, webX.X will outsmart us human .
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  • Profile picture of the author BlackRob
    I have to say that Wbe 3.0 is a term I have heard of, but until I read some of the posts on here, I had very little knowledge of what it catually was.

    Thank you everyone for clearing this up for me.
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  • Profile picture of the author rojkoserghei
    Web 3.0 (definition of Jason Calacanis) - high-quality content and services that are created by talented professionals in the technology platform Web 2.0.
    a powerful new technology for creating web applications, developed paramount to maximize comfort and convenience of users, and as a consequence, much easier to develop applications themselves as opposed to Web 1.0 and Web 2.0.
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  • Profile picture of the author Andyhenry
    Didn't you know? You can make this stuff up whenever you like.

    I'm now officially coining the phrase "Web 4.0" and my definition is:

    "The bringing together of a new online Taxonomy whereby users of all internet connected devices create relationships between online and local devices and assets to allow for shared bookmarking of online and local content, including video, audio, applications and services, with devices such as televisions and portable video-capable electronic devices sharing user experience and recommendations across installed applications and online communities with the purpose of building a more inter-connected and shared access to content and metadata to allow for rich new relationship tracking and value delivery."

    Remember where you heard it first.

    Andy
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    nothing to see here.

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  • Profile picture of the author Daniel Wilson
    Funny theories. I just wonder what the future holds. Sharing things with people you know and other social elements will become more and more important.
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    • Originally Posted by Daniel Wilson View Post

      Funny theories. I just wonder what the future holds. Sharing things with people you know and other social elements will become more and more important.
      yes and its good... you can share some useful stuffs with your buddies...
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  • Profile picture of the author CDarklock
    Originally Posted by seoglobalexperts004 View Post

    As we all are familiar with web 2.0... but some where i heard about web 3.0 and i have searched it but can't get too much knowledge about it...
    Web 1.0 is "content produced by the people who own and operate internet servers." Basically, people who have their own hosting. Before you could put content on the internet, you had to construct what amounted to a broadcast station for your message.

    Web 2.0 is "content produced by subscribers to internet services." Basically, instead of owning and operating your own website, you become a user at someone else's and create your own space on it where you can broadcast your content.

    Web 3.0 is "content produced automatically." Instead of actively producing content for the internet, you just do whatever it is you do, and it becomes content posted on the internet.

    Imagine that you take a picture with your camera phone.

    The Web 1.0 way of sharing it is that you upload this picture to your own web server and insert code on a page somewhere to display it.

    The Web 2.0 way of sharing it is to upload it to Facebook and identify the album it goes into.

    The Web 3.0 way of sharing it is to do nothing, because the picture is automatically uploaded to the cloud where rules you configure are applied to send it out on various social networks of your choosing.

    Web 3.0 has massive privacy implications and people are afraid of it, but you can see the early edges of it with the integration of social networks, e.g. the ability to autopost your Twitter updates to Facebook.
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    • Originally Posted by CDarklock View Post

      Web 1.0 is "content produced by the people who own and operate internet servers." Basically, people who have their own hosting. Before you could put content on the internet, you had to construct what amounted to a broadcast station for your message.

      Web 2.0 is "content produced by subscribers to internet services." Basically, instead of owning and operating your own website, you become a user at someone else's and create your own space on it where you can broadcast your content.

      Web 3.0 is "content produced automatically." Instead of actively producing content for the internet, you just do whatever it is you do, and it becomes content posted on the internet.

      Imagine that you take a picture with your camera phone.

      The Web 1.0 way of sharing it is that you upload this picture to your own web server and insert code on a page somewhere to display it.

      The Web 2.0 way of sharing it is to upload it to Facebook and identify the album it goes into.

      The Web 3.0 way of sharing it is to do nothing, because the picture is automatically uploaded to the cloud where rules you configure are applied to send it out on various social networks of your choosing.

      Web 3.0 has massive privacy implications and people are afraid of it, but you can see the early edges of it with the integration of social networks, e.g. the ability to autopost your Twitter updates to Facebook.
      thanks you sir for explaining everything....now every aspect is clear... we will use web 3.0 soon.....
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  • Profile picture of the author ButterflyGarden
    Simply put, Web 2.0 is a perceived transition of the web to web applications. Web 2.0 is the next generation of technology solutions where interactive content is the norm. There is no agreement on exactly what Web 2.0 means, depending on who you are speaking with, you may receive different explanations. At it's heart, Web 2.0 is about the maturity of the Web and businesses that are thriving online. While many refer to Web 2.0 as companies that employ powerful web technologies, the key components of the new web are said to include: the web as a platform, collaboration, and syndication.

    What is Web 2.0

    As for Web 3.0 it is generally used to imply the "social web" where there is an interaction, give and take.
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