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As a progression from Web 2.0.
- (Internet) The predicted third generation of the World Wide Web, usually conjectured to include semantic tagging of content and decentralized protocols.
- 2008, Christian Fuchs, Internet and society: social theory in the information age:
- Web 3.0 does not yet exist, but it shines forth in online cooperation. [...] Web 3.0 technologies like wikis are not only communicative, but also cooperative.
- 2008, Bradley L Jones, Web 2.0 Heroes: Interviews with 20 Web 2.0 Influencers
- Stepping back to the Web topics, what are your thoughts on Web 3.0, the Semantic Web?
- 2008, P Candace Deans, Social Software and Web 2.0 Technology Trends
- Even though Web 2.0 has not been fully implemented, there are talks of Web 3.0 and what the future may hold. Many predict it will be the Semantic Web...
- 2009, Sigrid Baringhorst, Political Campaigning on the Web:
- Some people already think about what is happening with the Web 3.0, the semantic web, the Internet of things, for instance.
- 2019 January 7, John Harris, “Together we can thwart the big-tech data grab. Here’s how”, in The Guardian:
- As the year unfolds, pay attention to the people who are talking about a new, decentralised internet – AKA Web 3.0 – and the possibility of data being returned to the control of the people who generate it.
- 2020 January 6, Charles Silver, “Council Post: What Is Web 3.0?”, in Forbes, retrieved 2021-04-22:
- Although not the Semantic Web envisioned by Berners-Lee, Web 3.0 is in many ways a return to his original web, where “no permission is needed from a central authority to post anything ... there is no central controlling node, and so no single point of failure ... and no “kill switch”!
third generation of the WWW