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The Web 1.0 vs. the Web 2.0 vs. the Web 3.0 vs. the Web 4.0 vs. the Web 5.0 - The first hand development and definitions
Specialists call the web "read-only" before the 1999 web. However, the normal web user's job was restricted to simply looking at the information presented. Absence of interactive interactions between shared web sites and the web led to the emergence of Web 2.0. Now, even a non-technical end-customer can actively engage and participate in the web through various blogsites.
When we adhere to Berners-Lee's way of writing, [...] the Web 2. 0, or the "read-write" Web, has the capability to add value and interacts with other Web-Surfers. These interactions and contributions have drastically altered the web environment [...]. Web 2.0 seems to be a welcome answer to the request of web surfers to be more closely associated with the information available to them.
It was an epoch that enabled the ordinary users with a few new approaches like blogs, social media & video streaming. The publication of your contents is only a few mouse clicks away! But this is hard to imagine in its abstracted shape, so let's take a look at two things [...] that will be the foundation of Web 3.0 - semiantic mark-up and web utilities.
The term semiantic marksup is used to refer to the communications divide between humans using the Web and computer aided use. Web site is a piece of softwaresystem that supports the computer to computer interactions over the web. Through the combination of semiantic mark-up and Web 3.0 Web delivers the promise of application capabilities that can communicate directly with each other and a wider search for information through easier interface.
Catherine Ray has made a good movie about Web 3.0 and explained why we need a web and what the web is about. Since we are not (completely) there yet, developer and user have come up with a "cheap" interim solution to contextualize the query issue.
Zero is about the (emotional) interactions between human beings and the computer. It will become a common practice for many individuals who rely on neuroscience to use it. Currently the web is "emotionally" unbiased, which means that the web does not notice the user's feelings and anxieties. Using attached earphones, the user is interacting with contents that are interacting with their emotion or changes in face-detection.