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(Some Guy)   Drew comments on Web 3.0   (poynter.org) divider line 32
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5491 clicks; posted to Geek » on 19 Sep 2009 at 5:30 AM (5 years ago)   |  Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»



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2009-09-19 05:47:54 AM  
Anyway, I never get the "green", so:
http://www.nbcsandiego.com/news/local-beat/Forget-The-Megaphone-Go-For-The-L-RA D --59415082.html
Tired, baby, tired.
 
2009-09-19 05:51:13 AM  
HowDareYouCallMeAHoser: Anyway, I never get the "green", so:
http://www.nbcsandiego.com/news/local-beat/Forget-The-Megaphone-Go-For-The-L-RA D --59415082.html
Tired, baby, tired.


Linky don't work must be web 3.0 farking around
 
2009-09-19 05:52:32 AM  
DNRTFA but,
Tables and pages wider than 1024 rock.
Fark 2.0
float my nuts.
 
2009-09-19 05:57:34 AM  
drjekel_mrhyde: HowDareYouCallMeAHoser: Anyway, I never get the "green", so:
http://www.nbcsandiego.com/news/local-beat/Forget-The-Megaphone-Go-For-The-L-RA D --59415082.html
Tired, baby, tired.

Linky don't work must be web 3.0 farking around


Got damn it. Google "san diego lrad"
 
ZAZ [TotalFark]
2009-09-19 07:45:46 AM  
It's better to be accurate than first.

But it's more fun to get the Boobies.
 
2009-09-19 07:50:02 AM  
I like Drew.
 
2009-09-19 09:06:07 AM  
zOMG Drew said something somewhere!!!
 
zez
2009-09-19 09:24:00 AM  
FTA

Web 3.0 will be all about editing.

The second generation of Web publishing is defined by user participation, but Fark founder Drew Curtis believes that users expect higher-quality content than they get now. Time is too precious to wade through oceans of information, so they want "curated" content.

Journalists can reach savvy, next-generation news consumers by finding the most interesting, engaging stories and giving them crisp, exciting headlines. The loyalty of these news consumers will be based on quality and specificity.


The admins repeating the same stories 2-3 times a day helps keep the information fresh in front of the reader's eyes as well.
 
2009-09-19 09:25:34 AM  
I hope web 3 brings more flash, in-line movies and pop up boxes.
 
2009-09-19 10:20:29 AM  
HowDareYouCallMeAHoser 2009-09-19 05:47:54 AM
Anyway, I never get the "green"...


// Because Fark is 'Curating' you
 
2009-09-19 10:21:52 AM  
I'm still holding out for version 3.1.
 
2009-09-19 11:20:33 AM  
meh...
Web 7.0 RC will have browsers equipped with wii & wow so that when the divine miss Michelle M. gets on fox, we can 'apply' ourselves to her.

or a figure
i38.tinypic.com
you like better
 
2009-09-19 11:29:01 AM  
You mean Drew was paraphrased in an article about Web 3.0

Big farking deal.
 
2009-09-19 11:48:52 AM  
Hey! um. Great!

trollcats.com
 
2009-09-19 11:52:25 AM  
3.0?

Meh.

I still don't see this whole 2.0 everyone was talking about.
 
2009-09-19 12:05:06 PM  
web 3.0 is where you can actually send real, physical crap to people over the internet. Web 2.0 only allows it when it's typed in to the browser.
 
2009-09-19 12:09:05 PM  
You mean like punch people in the face over standard TCPIP ?
 
2009-09-19 12:22:03 PM  
pfft I'm on web FOUR POINT OH
 
2009-09-19 01:51:36 PM  
What the hell am I gonna do with all these Web 1.0 and 2.0 discs lying around now?
 
2009-09-19 01:52:32 PM  
There is no Web 3.0. There is no Web 2.0. There is only Web plus more teenagers with cellphone cameras.
 
2009-09-19 01:57:42 PM  
Why don't they just call it web-SP3 ?
 
2009-09-19 04:14:49 PM  
I always thought Web 1.0 was getting the info out there; Usenet and AOL.

Web 2.0 was were everyone tried to make money off the web; eBay and Amazon.

Web 3.0 was the social networking; MySpace and Facebook.
 
2009-09-19 04:16:53 PM  
Pixelvision: web 3.0 is where you can actually send real, physical crap to people over the internet. Web 2.0 only allows it when it's typed in to the browser.

im gonna have trouble fitting toilets in these phone wires
 
2009-09-19 05:17:18 PM  
Web 3.0... it is all about JS errors whenever you touch the mousewheel. Nice website!
 
2009-09-19 05:43:42 PM  
Hell, I'm using Web 4.2 already. 3.0 was big back in the 1900s. Get with it people!
 
2009-09-19 06:43:51 PM  
Good Behavior Day: I always thought Web 1.0 was getting the info out there; Usenet and AOL.

Web 2.0 was were everyone tried to make money off the web; eBay and Amazon.

Web 3.0 was the social networking; MySpace and Facebook.


An this is part of the problem. Everyone has their own definition for this crap, to the point where the terms don't mean anything any more. If they ever did in the first place.
 
2009-09-19 06:46:51 PM  
Oh, wait, I've found it:

"People keep asking what Web 3.0 is. I think maybe when you've got an overlay of scalable vector graphics - everything rippling and folding and looking misty - on Web 2.0 and access to a semantic Web integrated across a huge space of data, you'll have access to an unbelievable data resource."

Thank you Tim Berners-Lee for clarifying things
 
2009-09-19 07:47:45 PM  
I'm looking forward to web 6.0 as seen in Logan's Run.
 
2009-09-19 10:14:31 PM  
I know not what weapons World Wide Web 3.0 will be fought with, but I know this: World Wide Web 4.0 will be fought with sticks and stones.
 
2009-09-19 10:35:36 PM  
I was interested to see the bit about ethics at the end. Does this mean that all the people questioning if Glen Beck raped and murdered a woman in the 1990s are operating in a questionable area of ethical behavior?
 
2009-09-20 09:28:10 AM  
Hey guys, I'm starting Web 4.0. Who wants in?

/i've got holograms and snacks
 
2009-09-21 08:11:00 AM  
This is what I want my future internet to look like
data40.sevenload.com
 
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