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Web3.0 Data Generation

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The Web is evolving. 
Are we the last generation to be able to understand it?

The Web is evolving. 
Are we the last generation to be able to understand it?

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  • 1. Web 3.0 The Data Generation By Marc Lehmann | CEO/Founder of Saasu.com CeBIT Sydney 2009
  • 2. It’s all about the Data The alieness... http://www.flickr.com/photos/gi/
  • 3. Data surpasses the importance of the digital bodies that it lives on.
  • 4. Data is created about data. A world of linked data.
  • 5. Data lives on the web.
  • 6. Devices are the window into the data. http://www.flickr.com/photos/jason_burmeister/
  • 7. Data is set free. Users permission data, not businesses.
  • 8. Primordial Web 3.0
  • 9. Everything has a brand People, Ideas, Services & Products. Not just companies.
  • 10. Numericized Brand content rating crowd sourcing followers & friends social bookmarking voice+vote+algorithm search
  • 11. Information overload controls RSS, social bookmarks, ratings, #hashtags, trust rankings and relationship classification.
  • 12. Data Broker Business Models. Integrating and connecting. (move data between applications)
  • 13. The Ubiquitous Web
  • 14. Web applications become less device dependent and more connected.
  • 15. The utility web.
  • 16. Google, Microsoft, Amazon are re-building the web. http://www.flickr.com/photos/29456235@N04/
  • 17. Semantic Web. WIP? Ontology Language RDF approach Folksonomy RDF’s
  • 18. Mechanising our activity Data Collection Mechanical Turks Artificial Intelligence
  • 19. Knowledge coding Rules Engines Business Logic Layers Recommendation Engines
  • 20. Evolution 3.0
  • 21. Darwin's Natural Selection applies
  • 22. The future will be strange. "Strangeness is a consequence of innovative thinking" Ross Lovegrove
  • 23. Are we heading toward a net complexity more complex than we are?
  • 24. The web is getting more and more difficult to conceptualize in full.
  • 25. Species have limited awareness Simple organisms can’t comprehend the more advanced. Flea - http://www.flickr.com/photos/jiggapotpie/ Dog - http://www.flickr.com/photos/e3000/ Man -http://www.flickr.com/photos/m00by/ Web - http://www.flickr.com/photos/gi/
  • 26. The Web is evolving Are we the last generation to be able to understand it?
  • 27. Marc Lehmann Email: marc@saasu.com LinkedIn: marclehmann Twitter: marclehmann web: saasu.com blog: saasu.com/blog product blog: productblog.saasu.com personal blog: marclehmann.net Level 1, 111 Elizabeth St Sydney, Australia 2000 Creative Commons Attribution-NoDerivs License