Web 3.0 aka World Wide Database
The transition from the so called Web 1.0 to Web 2.0 would have seemed seamless if you have been a part of the World Wide Web since the late 90s. However, when you compare the functionalities between what you can do today and what you could do back then, the level of interactivity that exists today is a clear sign of how far the Web has come. With interaction becoming two-way, web sites that earlier stopped at providing information to the user is now increasingly dependent on the user to pool in content. Interdependency between the web site and the user is only going to grow in time and organizations that can capitalize on this will benefit the most from the Web's next leap, or rather Web 3.0.
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