Web 1.0 = Websites, e-mail newsletters and “Donate Now” buttonsWeb 1.0 is one person or organization pushing content out to many people via websites and e-mail newsletters. The donation process is not interactive or public. You donate and then receive a “Thank You” email. It’s one-way communication. Web 2.0 = Blogs, wikis, and social networking sites
Web 3.0:Semantic WebPCMag summarizes the concept thusly: “… 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.” Nova Spivak, co-founder and CEO of Radar Networks and a champion of the Semantic Web theory, believes that we’re already at the threshold of 3.0–that it begun in 2010, in fact, and will last until at least 2020. “Really,” he says, “it’s just Web 2.0 with a brain.” Spivak’s online company, Twine, often described as “Facebook plus Wikipedia” is one of the first to implement Semantic Web properties into its interface; it’s goal of “knowledge-networking” led to artificial intelligence categorizing groups of data (it consisted of online forums, wikis, and newsgroups). In other words? Web 3.0 lets the Internet do all the work for users. Sources:1,2
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