Friday, April 29, 2016
According to the article "Web 3.0 in plain English (or how I became famous without knowing it)," Web 3.0 is also know as the "semantic web." With Web 1.0 is simply one publisher, creator, producer, etc. bringing content to a consumer who simply ingests the information. Web 2.0 is a different process, where producers of content end up both consuming and offering original content. The article uses Facebook as an example where the lines blur between both consumer and producer. However, Web 3.0 is all about computers understanding the context of content, such as understanding the nuances of human relationships.