Web 2.0 For Entrepreneurs

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ahatur (9 years ago)

Very interesting opinion about web 4.0

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Concepts and Examples

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Agenda Web 1.0/2.0 Comparison Web 3.0 Future Web Web 2.0 Business Idea Web 2.0 Buzzwords Lessons Learned

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Web 1.0 Web 2.0 User Clicks Here All Information Discarded New Page Is Loaded User Clicks Here Only Specific Info Loaded

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Web 1.0 Web 2.0 1. When User Clicks Next All Information Discarded New Page Is Loaded 2. Only Specific Info Loaded When Email Is Opened

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Web 3.0 The Semantic Web Relationships Leia – Sister Of - Luke Classes Anakin’s Kids - (Leia) Logic Adds Knowledge If “Leia – Sister Of – Luke”, And “Anakin’s Kids – (Leia)”, Then Add “Luke” to “Anakin’s Kids” => “Anakin’s Kids – (Leia,Luke)”

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Future Web

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Structure Video Link Here

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Interaction Trying To Find Information By Yourself Share Internet Experience With Others Intelligent Computer Agents Assist You Computers Understand Your Desires Plan Your Life Direct Your Activities

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Source Companies Duplicate Functions And Keep Them Private Algorithms Are Open And Standardized Redundancy Is Eliminated Computers Create Code Automatically For Any Function Described Code Instantly Modifies Itself Adjusting For Performance And Relevance

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Rights All Rights Reserved Ability For Different Types Of Rights Biased Towards Open Sharing All Information Has No Ownership And Is Completely Shared Data Obscured Inside The Neural Net In Formats Only Understood By Artificial Machine Intelligence Not Directly Viewable But Easily Queried By Asking The Computer

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Computing Dedicated Machines For Tasks Cloud Computing Automatically Adjusting Storage And Processing For Required Performance And Size (Virtualization) All Machines Connected Utilized For The Tasks Performed Time Shifting As Tasks Are Predicted And Precomputed 100% Utilization Of All System Resources When Power Is On Machine Intelligence Determines Best Use Across All Known Resources

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Response Click And Wait For Entire New Page To Load Only Update Information Necessary In Small Pieces When Requested Predict User Actions And Preload And Cache By Priority So Responses Seem Instantaneous Use Context To Refine And Limit Choices Of Actions Predetermine Actions By Context And Behavioral Learning Efficiency Gain By Reduced Bandwidth Requirements Page Also Self Arranges And Responds By Reading And Monitoring Bio Activity

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Behavior Request The Information Receive Targeted Information By Profile Information Sent Just Prior To Request Based On Predictive Algorithms (Inward Knowledge) Machine Decides What Information To Send And When To Send It By Sensory Input (Outward Knowledge)

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Search 3.0 – DagSearch.com Create A Search Website Tower Defense Style But 3Dimensional Visual Thesaurus Style In Which Search Sources Come Into The Solar System And User Generated Modular Planetoids Invoke Behaviors Against The Search Sources To Filter To A Particular Result Use Red Interactive Type Environment And Social Networking Google Source Filter World Aggregator World Wikipedia Source Custom World The day after creating this slide I found Semantinet that just received $1.7M in funding. A subset of an idea I have had since August 2007. Desktop Tower Defense At Kongregate.com Star Wars Empire at War: Forces of Corruption Map

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Storage Tips Web 1.0 Sites (and Video) Is Best Stored On Hard Disks Larger Amounts Of Data Transferred Sequentially Web 2.0 Data Best Stored On Flash Memory Short, Random Information Retrieved Rarely Changed Often Read Profile Storage To Determine Ratio Of Flash To Disk Only Store Small Randomly Rarely Written Data On Flash

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Web 2.0 Buzzwords Crowdsourcing Tagging (Folksonomy) Mashups Social Networking User Interface Semantics (Web 3.0)

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Crowdsourcing – Public Provided Content Use Technical Core Competence On A Framework Provide User With Ability To Create/Add Content Track Revisions And Moderate People Must Feel Like They Get Out More Than They Put In Free Labor People Feel Valued, Empowered Prosumer – Consumer And Producer – Video Link

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Crowdsourcing – Wikipedia Example Wiki - A collaborative website whose content can be edited by anyone who has access to it.

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Mashups – Using Multiple Sources Of Information Allow Published Access To Your Information (APIs) Efficiency Using Building Blocks For New Tools Google Provides Interfaces For: Search Results Mapping Information Many More…

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Mashups – SearchCrystal Example Del.icio.us Images Blogs Web Video

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Social Networking – Connecting People Create Social Applications People Helping Each Other Provide More Information Through: Chat Comments Video

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Social Networking – Book Glutton Example Chat With Others: Within Book Within Chapter Paragraph Specific Comment System

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User Interface – Streamlined Presentation Use Space Wisely Don’t Forget About The 4th Dimension (Time) Context Specific Learning Through Patterns And Behaviors

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User Interface – Using Dimensions Use Events Over Time For Extra Meaning And Clarity Pseudo 3D Visualization (Rotate 2D to simulate 3D) Click On The Pictures To Link To Website Presenting 3D Visualizations From 2D

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User Interface – Using Context BlueOrganizer Gives Actions To Operate On Chosen Keyword Gnosis Finds Semantics From Context Tailoring Actions To Display For Chosen Keyword

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User Interface – Red Interactive Example Clicking Links, Words Update, Background Stays Embedded Social Networking With Avatars In Virtual World Detailed Background Can Be Navigated Beyond Borders Visit http://www.ff0000.com/ For Full Experience

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Tagging – Descriptive Words Tag Objects With Information Enhanced Search With Specific Words Identified

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Lessons Learned Provide A Scalable, User Modifiable, Niche Service Use Existing Services Adding Intelligence To The Network Simple, Powerful, Efficient Interface With Social Networking Provide More With Less Using Multiple Dimensions Space, Time, Context, Learning

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Future 3.0 – WorldTechTree.com Create A Website That Attempts To Predict Future Products And Services Based On The Latest Known Information And Trends. The System Will Have Objects With A Networked Connection Of Input And Outputs That Update The Working Time Map Of The Model In Real Time.

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Learning 3.0 – WorldLearningTree.com Create A Virtual Online World In Which Education And Games Are Blended Seemlesly The User Is Presented With A Tree Of Knowledge And Status Of Progress Allow Users To Create Content By Providing A Framework And APIs

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Summary: Describing Web 2.0 (and Beyond) Concepts and Examples

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