Saturday, November 11, 2006

Web 3.0? A new internet that guides users?

According to the New York Times, researchers are working on Web 3.0.

What does this mean? Is Web 2.0 old and busted already?

According to the story, Web 3.0 means this "new" web will act more as an adviser than a collection of links and pages. The web applications would assemble information in ways that would give more rewarding results.

An example used in the story is vacation planning, where person runs a query looking for a packaget within specific budget, a warm location, and allow a child to travel too.

I know a query that this Web 3.0 can do for me.

Respond to this query: "Give me my e-mail without the spam!"

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