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Web 1.0, 2.0, 3.0, and Beyond

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Transcript of Web 1.0, 2.0, 3.0, and Beyond

About Web 1.0
Content Web/ Informational web.
Web 1.0 was the original “web” or internet. It started in 1991. Web 1.0 was like a large reference book found online that was written by
only a few
people, that could be accessed
by a lot
of people.
It was a one way street of information in which the reader could only read and not edit.
Examples of Web 1.0
WebQuest
TrackStar
LiveBinders(Online 3 ring binders)
Britannica Online
Netscape
Ofoto
Akamai
mp3.com
personal websites
evite
About Web 2.0 or Social Web
Where as Web 1.0 strictly provided information, like an online encyclopedia, Web 2.0 (which was coined by Tim O'Reilly) was a rebirth that allowed collaboration with colleagues.
Allowed conversation between users via posts and replies.
Ultimately, Web 2.0 changed the role of internet "user" to internet "creators".
Deemed "Social" and not "Web" because of the explosion of SmartPhones and Tablets-making the web portable.
Web 1.0, 2.0, 3.0, and Beyond
Examples of Web 2.0
In the true spirit of Web 2.0 Tools, This presentation is presented with Prezi-a Web 2.0 Tool. The graphic below was also created using a Web 2.0 Tool;Wordle. It was created using a number of helpful Web 2.0 Tools that teachers can use in their classrooms.
Lesson Plans Using Web 2.0
About Web 3.0
or
Semantic Web
Allows for "synchronous collaboration, i.e., real-time, simultaneous, collaboration." Conversation in real time rather than just post and reply.
"allows two or more people to talk verbally, do something while talking, and either be 'co-located' or not"
In addition, many products that we buy automatically or with little effort, connect to the internet through a wifi connection.
Web 1.0 Tools UPGRADED to Web 2.0 Status
Web 1.0 -->Web 2.0 Version

DoubleClick --> Google AdSense
Ofoto --> Flickr
Akamai --> BitTorrent
mp3.com --> Napster
Britannica Online --> Wikipedia
personal websites --> blogging
evite --> upcoming.org and EVDB
domain name speculation --> search engine optimization
page views --> cost per click
screen scraping --> web services
publishing --> participation
content management systems --> wikis
directories (taxonomy) --> tagging ("folksonomy")
stickiness --> syndication
http://oreilly.com/web2/archive/what-is-web-20.html

About Web 4.0
The ability your technological devices will have to understand WHO you are and consequently use the Web to make you more effective. It is, in essence, personalizing the web based upon your needs like your own personal "assistant" or "Agent".
About Web 5.0 and Beyond
The ability for you to connect your physical brain to the web and ANY web based programs, apps, and others connected through their "brain chips."
We understand what Web 5.0 is, but it hasn't been developed yet.
Examples of Web 4.0
Apple's Siri
Microsoft's Cortana
Google Ads based upon performed searches and e-mails.
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