Understanding the Web 3.0

August is the month of vacation. Holidays. On the beach. Sunbathing, enjoy a rest at this time.

Two interesting articles have appeared in the network in these days of August. Two articles that provide an insight into why and how web 3.0 will take place in different scenarios.

The first article refers to the official response from Google Inc  on the need and right for network neutrality:
Why? First, the wireless market is more competitive than the wireline market, given that consumers typically have more than just two providers to choose from. Second, because wireless networks employ airwaves, rather than wires, and share constrained capacity among many users, these carriers need to manage their networks more actively. Third, network and device openness is now beginning to take off as a significant business model in this space.
The Net as Radio waves. Nor video, neither radio will kill the internet star.

The second article, written by Mr. Paul Graham discusses his experience in Yahoo Inc. , the great promise of Web 1.0 paradigm back to 1999, and explains the failures and mistakes that occurred then, and as the bubble was created by people and companies in the world of corporate advertising, with little or no technical expertise.
Both the Internet startups and the Procter & Gambles were doing brand advertising. They didn't care about targeting. They just wanted lots of people to see their ads. So traffic became the thing to get at Yahoo. It didn't matter what type.
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