- Aug 4, 2009
Great satire: “Web 3.Oh No!”
Found this piece on FCW.com. I love it!
Posted by John Klossner on Aug 03, 2009
For those of you, like me, who need a way to keep these things straight, I offer the following handy, wallet-sized program.
WEB 1.0 (browsers) – Users find data
WEB 2.0 (social networks) – Users find each other
WEB 3.0 (semantic Web) – Data find each other
Of course, a lifetime of science-fiction reading and viewing leads me to fear we can look forward to the following developments:
WEB 4.0 – Data create their own Facebook page, restrict friends.
WEB 5.0 – Data decide they can work without humans, create their own language.
WEB 6.0 –Human users realize that they no longer can find data unless invited by data.
WEB 7.0 – Data get cheaper cell phone rates.
WEB 8.0 – Data horde all the good YouTube videos, leaving human users with access to bad ’80’s music videos only.
WEB 9.0 – Data create and maintain own blogs, are more popular than human blogs.
WEB 10.0 – All episodes of Battlestar Gallactica will now be shown from the Cylons’ point of view.
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