As we move into the new year, the "Web 3.0" references appear to be picking up speed, and most define Web 3.0 closely along the lines of the social graph, with Facebook and Twitter as the poster children. Its not so much social media though, that is powering a fundamental shift on the web, but rather a change in how content is created, organized, indexed, and consumed.
Perhaps the biggest shift is embodied in how we all think about content. If you think back just a few years, the content landscape was dominated by a notion of "containers". Regardless of content type, the container dro [...]
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