Here are examples of readers’ ‘viral’ response to some of the Evolving Trends articles:

All you need to know about Web 3.0

Posted on July 15th, 2006 by kooshblog
Categories: findability, web 2.0, tech, social networking, web 3.0, wikipedia, google, Mediawiki.

Instead of trying to sound smart and discussing the difference between Web 2.0 and 3.0, I will suggest reading this link. Make sure you read the Wikipedia 3.0: The End of Google? article. I like it so much I may print it and put in on the bathroom stall walls at work )


Hunter, Gatherer, Coyote

June 20th, 2006 at 6:04 pm by farlane (technology, internet, personal, web 2.0, programming, blog, politics, questions, history, mind, world, government, weblog, information architecture, democracy, popculture, self-destruct-mechanism-activated)

I can’t really say much more about Web 2.0: Back to the Hunter Gatherer Society by [Evolving Trends] except: I really think you should read  [it]


Web 3.0!

Posted by Haroon Saeed on Jan 25, 2007

“In 2004 I with my friend Aleem worked on idea of Semantic Web (as our senior project), and now I have been hearing news of Web 3.0. I decided to work on the idea further in 2005, and may be we could have made a very small scaled 4th generation search engine. Though this has never become reality but now it seems it’s hot time for putting Semantics and AI into web. Reading about Web 3.0 again thrilled me with the idea. [Wikia] has decided to jump into search engines and give Google a tough time :). So I hope may be I get a chance to become part of this Web 3.0 and make information retreival better.”


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