Web 3.0 Concepts Explained in Plain English



I’m a sucker for lists of any kind but specially ones that give you a clear idea about the cultural shifts we are experiencing. Advertainment is the only item that scares me a little in the 3.0 list.

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5 responses to “Web 3.0 Concepts Explained in Plain English”

  1. Hi,
    I love the information you post on your site and feel like it is very useful. My husband and I recently started a small area rug business and have created a website with a large variety. We are trying to get the business going, and were wondering if you would be willing to put a link on your home page to our site from yours. Our site is called http://www.arearugbug.com. It is still in the process of being completed but will soon be done. You can put the link anywhere you feel that it would not distract from your own information. If this is something you’re interested in you can email me at taraivers@gmail.com I would be glad to send you a complimentary area rug as gratitude.
    Thanks, Tara

  2. @Tara, Unfortunately, the link doesn’t really lend itself to the scope of this blog. Thanks & good luck.

  3. yeah, my grandma’s been using something very similar for years. I’ve always found such things cumbersome. So far, Google reader and email beat it, which is what, 2.0 and 1.0? Aren’t widgits also a heavily used feature in blogs? I feel like there’s gotta be more coming in 3.0, otherwise it’s more like 2.2. Course, I remember everyone saying that about 2.0 as well. Feels more like a marketing phase than a clear epoch.

  4. I think the base of web 3.0 is personalizing technology. Blogs won’t change much except in the way they’re read.

    For instance, I’m noticing that I prefer to subscribe to some text heavy blogs using the Kindle since it’s a much better reading experience on a tablet rather than on a computer screen.

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