Versioning the Web’s evolution

Having a tad more of an industrial background I never had a problem with the term „Web 2.0“ (probably more with the people who have a problem with it, duh …) So this blog post was nice to read:Regardless of whether you believe that the Semantic Web is all hype, or whether such a platform should in fact be proprietary, there’s no denying that this is an interesting space to keep an eye on. Microformats and tagged data are bringing more semantic meaning to the Web, and beyond Web 3.0 things get pretty interesting.


Having a tad more of an industrial background I never had a problem with the term „Web 2.0“ (probably more with the people who have a problem with it, duh …) So this blog post was nice to read:

Regardless of whether you believe that the Semantic Web is all hype, or whether such a platform should in fact be proprietary, there’s no denying that this is an interesting space to keep an eye on. Microformats and tagged data are bringing more semantic meaning to the Web, and beyond Web 3.0 things get pretty interesting. (SitePoint Blogs » Are You Ready For Web 3.0?)

Thanks to my colleague Michael Sintek for pointing me to it.

Autor: trb

Thomas Roth-Berghofer schreibt Romane unter den Pseudonymen Tom Alex und Alex Thomas, übersetzt Texte aus dem Englischen und designt Cover für Bücher und Musikalben.

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