Tag Archives: Web 3.0

Steve Wheeler explains Web 3.0 : The way forward?

I don’t know about you, but if someone asks me to explain the difference between Web 1.0, Web 2.0 and Web 3.0, I’m not sure if I do a great job. But this is brilliant –

Well done, Steve Wheeler, for explaining the evolution of Web 3.0. Here’s the source of this presentation in Steve’s blog post.
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Web 3.0 – Semantic web

A very interesting message, worth listening to. Some very good reflections on The Thinking Stick.

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I think it’s all about organising information using semantic web tools so that the cream rises to the top (as Jeff says), becoming managers of the glut of information which we have at our fingertips so that we don’t render it useless through our drowning in it.

Jeff suggests Twittertim.es for skimming good content from Twitter.

What other tools do we have for quality control?

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Who needs to learn first?

Amanda Marrinan shared this video on Facebook today – Kevin Honeycutt’s song I need my teacher to learn 3.0.

Yes, I think the learning needs to start with us. Thanks, Kevin, you’re amazing – doing so much to make real learning happen and sharing it with all of us. Not sure how he manages to find enough hours in the day. And thanks, Amanda, for finding the video.

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