From Web 1.0 to Web 2.0 to Web 3.0


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A review of the major changes in the Internet from Web 1.0 to Web 2.0 and a look ahead to what is happening with Web 3.0

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From Web 1.0 to Web 2.0 to Web 3.0

  1. 1. From Web 2.0 to Web 3.0
  2. 2. First there was Web 1.0 The Internet was young, and people werethinking in terms of TV, files, magazines and books.
  3. 3. Publishing was the model Publishing the process of creating and disseminating information Publishing is the process of telling a group of people something Publishing stressed: Publishing, Staging, and Process Authority Publishing Clear ownership Role Based DisseminationA web author Consistent look feel and structure for everyone Advantages: Disadvantages: Wide distribution of key information Process heavy Controlled and authoritative Limited number of content authors Consistent messages Slow, time consuming to produce content One source of information Not appropriate for small work teams
  4. 4. And it worked, and still does Publishing worked for many of the main media firms that wanted to go online Companies like ITV, BBC, CNN, and also governments and other institutions were able to get online. Suddenly a massive wealth of information was available to millions of people, from the Library of Congress to the Vatican. Greatest revolution in information circulation in history.
  5. 5. But the Web was not finished yet....Around 2000 a new way of using the web was developing.
  6. 6. CollaborationCollaboration is the continual process of sharing and refining informationby a community, Collaboration is the process of talking and agreeing New Tools and New Ways of thinking meant that a larger groups of community members could produce content on the web, share the content, and could grow their community community. Wikipedia became the greatest textual Collaboration accomplishment of the human race! Collaboration is the community production of Content Captures knowledge developed by entire organisation . Team creation and maintenance Requires flexible tool with intuitive UI.Advantages: Disadvantages:Group ownership of content Information sources isolated from greaterRapid agile content creation communityKnowledge sharing and collection Less governance and control Less consistency of information creation
  7. 7. And something no one ever dreamed of happened People started to make quality content, working together just for fun Flickr has a photo of almost anything in the world Wikipedia became the encyclopedia of humanity Facebook contained a social network of half a billion users Second Life even imagined and created a new world.
  8. 8. And yet, the web was still not finished! The development of small, light weight“smartphones” with camera, able to go on line 24/7 created the possibility of a new kind of social Internet A Internet not linked to a computer at all The Internet of everything and everywhere
  9. 9. The Internet of Everything and EverywhereSuddenly, with the smartphone the Internet was everywhere, people could notexperience their daily life through the InternetThe Web 3.0 allowed people to collaborateaway from computers and traditional officesUsers could produce and consume real timedata about the world around them as theycarried their daily lives. Suddenly theInternet was just there, everywhere. Disadvantages:Advantages: Privacy lost as people post theirRich data connected to real world objects locationRapid agile content creation The Internet itself could overwhelmEverything in the world is associated with rich the real worlddata delivered in real time.
  10. 10. What we know about Web 3.0...Is that we really dont know much about Web 3.0
  11. 11. Join our explorationPlease participate in the Total Social Media Web 3.0 Lab. Learn more at Thank You Robert Hooker