Let’s talk about Web 3.0

The great revolution of communication that goes under the name of Web 2.0 has already been running for several years and the Internet users who can now add their digital content for free in the network have been placed at the centre of attention. All this is thanks to the emergence of sites that allow sharing , from blogs to Youtube for videos , to the music (from myspace to others) to the knowledge with wikipedia and so on.

But now what will the next step be, that is, how will the users project themselves, since they are playing an increasingly important role in the web of the future?

We can easily start talking about Web 3.0, which, like every new era, will bring with itself, significant new features and improvements compared to the past. On the network are circulating rumours about how different this new vision of the web will be. It would seem likely that we will go towards 3D, with the network no longer being made ​​up of pages, but rather of spaces where it is possible for the users to move and find everything that they are looking for. Secondly, it is likely that the information in the network will be increasingly aggregated into a single database , which will be possible to visit from more web pages, thanks to new technologies.

There will probably be some very sophisticated algorithms, able to allow a better orientation in favour of users within an ever more crowded network, thus avoiding the risk of compromising the quality of research in favour of the amount of available material.

And we can suppose that Web 3.0 will try to amplify the participation that users have already been able to experience in the web 2.0, becoming a fully active part and imposing , in various ways, a definite direction both in the way of making Internet understood to other users, and in terms of marketing , since it creates a phenomenon where many users will follow the choices indicated by some figures considered by the leaders in the web.

In short, the real news that will come out of web 3.0 concerns the transparency of the information and the ability to use it for different purposes, but also the possibility of expanding the knowledge without barriers.