The future web

For me the current web is exciting enough then I also think of what’s the future web will be. Tim Berners Lee thinks that there is more scope for the current web to evolve and be more exciting. 

Time B lee

Question: How far is the web today from your vision?

Tim: What frustrates me is that the web was designed to be creative play space where people could work together on the same piece of hypertext. They would not only leave a trail for people to see why they had done things a certain way. From that point of view, the web hasn’t meet its potential by any means. In a way, blogs and wikis are both signs that this is changing, but they are still very crude in terms of hypertext editing you can do. We need better tools for being creative on the web


3 Responses to “The future web”

  1. 1 Jesse Grillo September 6, 2017 at 3:02 am

    Is there new info. Your blog is really useful.

  2. 2 S.Karthikeyan August 23, 2006 at 12:51 pm

    Gp. Frankly I am do not understand what web 2.0 means, but I am stumbling on it most of the time. Let me take few moments to understand what that really means.

    Meanwhile, Tim B Lee is working on what is called as
    Semantic Web. Where data wil be accessble to the public. Now you can twist, turn or rip the data 🙂

  3. 3 gp August 23, 2006 at 9:06 am

    and did you read where he said that web 2.0 is just a hype. He never looked at 2.0, he was looking beyond it. 2.0 is just a brading exercise to make more money out of the web.

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