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    Predict Web 3.0

    To Malaysia webmasters,

    Based on your experience in web publishing and development, what will be next wave in Web 3.0? This is thread for you to discuss about the next trend, next technology, and preparation towards Web 3.0

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    no matter is web 2.0 or web 3.0 or even web 1.0, to me as long as the website looks good acts good, function good and benifits good, it will be a great website

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    that's a general perception on web development.

    but what's interesting is, we're talking about web revolution, if you're able to read the trend in web revolution, that's the thing that change your direction.

    For instance, back in early 2000 you won't know at that time web was evolving to 2.0. But for those who saw it coming, they were the pioneer and making big bucks nowadays.

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    » What to expect from Web 3.0 | Software as services | ZDNet.com

    mapping out a brief topology of Web 3.0. It’s divided into three (and a half) distinct layers:

    API services form the foundation layer. These are the raw hosted services that have powered Web 2.0 and will become the engines of Web 3.0 — Google’s search and AdWords APIs, Amazon’s affiliate APIs, a seemingly infinite ocean of RSS feeds, a multitude of functional services, such as those included in the StrikeIron Web Services Marketplace, and many other examples. Some of the providers, like Google and Amazon, are important players, but there is a huge long tail of smaller providers. One of the most significant characteristics of this layer is that it is a commodity layer. As Web 3.0 matures, an almost perfect market will emerge and squeeze out virtually all of the profit margin from the highest-volume services — and sometimes squeeze them into loss-leading or worse.

    Aggregation services form the middle layer. These are the intermediaries that take some of the hassle out of locating all those raw API services by bundling them together in useful ways. Obvious examples today are the various RSS aggregators, and emerging web services marketplaces like the StrikeIron service. I’ll have a lot more to say about these emerging platforms in several of my posts. There will be some lucrative businesses operating in this layer, but in my view it’s not where most of the big money will be made.

    Application services form the top layer, and this is where I believe the biggest, most durable profits will be found. These will not be like the established application categories we are used to, such as CRM, ERP or office, but a new class of composite applications that bring together functionality from multiple services to help users achieve their objectives in a flexible, intuitive and self-evident way. I’ll have much more to say about these applications when I write about some of the companies I’ve mentioned in more detail. But an interesting example just surfaced in Swivel, Halsey Minor’s new venture, which Dan Farber has been covering in his blog this week. Dan quotes one enthusiastic early user who describes the ‘wow’ moment of starting to use an application and discovering that it delivers utility he barely even knew existed. To me, that’s a fundamental characteristic of a Web 3.0 application.

    Serviced clients are the ‘and-a-half’ layer I mentioned earlier. There is a role for client-side logic in the Web 3.0 landscape, but users will expect it to be maintained and managed on their behalf, which is why I’ve chosen to call these clients ’serviced’. Whether those clients are based on browser technology or on Windows technology is moot point that I shall also be returning to. After all, everyone will want to know what role Microsoft might play in Web 3.0.
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    Web 3.0 - Features by PC Magazine

    To many, Web 3.0 is something called the Semantic Web, a term coined by Tim Berners-Lee, the man who invented the (first) World Wide Web. In essence, the Semantic Web is a place where machines can read Web pages much as we humans read them, a place where search engines and software agents can better troll the Net and find what we're looking for. "It's a set of standards that turns the Web into one big database," says Nova Spivack, CEO of Radar Networks, one of the leading voices of this new-age Internet.

    But some are skeptical about whether the Semantic Web—or at least, Berners-Lee's view of it—will actually take hold. They point to other technologies capable of reinventing the online world as we know it, from 3D virtual worlds to Web-connected bathroom mirrors. Web 3.0 could mean many things, and for Netheads, every single one is a breathtaking proposition. — Tim, Lucy, and The Semantic Web
    Web 3.0: Tim, Lucy, and The Semantic Web - Features by PC Magazine
    The Semantic Web isn't a new idea. This notion of a Web where machines can better read, understand, and process all that data floating through cyberspace—a concept many refer to as Web 3.0—first entered the public consciousness in 2001, when a story appeared in Scientific American. Coauthored by Berners-Lee, the article describes a world in which software "agents" perform Web-based tasks we often struggle to complete on our own.
    Web 3.0: When Web Sites Become Web Services
    Today's Web has terabytes of information available to humans, but hidden from computers. It is a paradox that information is stuck inside HTML pages, formatted in esoteric ways that are difficult for machines to process. The so called Web 3.0, which is likely to be a pre-cursor of the real semantic web, is going to change this. What we mean by 'Web 3.0' is that major web sites are going to be transformed into web services - and will effectively expose their information to the world.

    The transformation will happen in one of two ways. Some web sites will follow the example of Amazon, del.icio.us and Flickr and will offer their information via a REST API. Others will try to keep their information proprietary, but it will be opened via mashups created using services like Dapper, Teqlo and Yahoo! Pipes. The net effect will be that unstructured information will give way to structured information - paving the road to more intelligent computing. In this post we will look at how this important transformation is taking place already and how it is likely to evolve.

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    I think by Web 3.0 the web will be very much filled with multimedia elements and applications, a lot more videos, audio, and flash based applications would surface seeing as how popular flash is becoming nowadays, even Google uses flash to generate it's graphs. And perhaps a website that can interact with the human users? A more intelligent cyberspace, with AI guides to advise and guide the user through this vast cyberspace.

    Haha, am I getting too carried away here? but it's just what I had in mind.

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    for me web3.0 should be a website that will act like a software in your pc. try to imagine you can use your photoshop using your browser and save that file in your gmail. this technology maybe can be reality in 5years

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