I expect to see far more of these kinds of web search tools as the nonstatic portion of the web becomes more content rich and as search engines find that the algorithms that worked well in Web 1.0
aren't scaling well to the collaborative web.
The first era of the web, commonly referred to as Web 1.0
, was marked by static content that was distributed through a passive, one-way exchange.
Hyperlinking webpages and bookmarking were two of the most important aspects of the Web 1.0
With forerunners like Friendster and MySpace, Facebook turned the wilderness of Web 1.0
into a suburban landscape, settled and domesticated; along the way it changed our notions of identity and privacy as well.
In fact, some of them hadn't embraced Web 1.0
." (Outgoing RNC chair Duncan, when campaigning to keep his job, declared that the GOP could appeal to young voters "in the Facebook, with the twittering.")
Yahoo's Briefcase online storage service, which soldiered on for almost 10 years with a distinctly Web 1.0
capacity of 30MB, is finally being shut down.
But clearly there are blurring boundaries between all these, and the question of connecting Health 2.0 user-generated content to the wider health care system--which hasn't exactly adopted Web 1.0
with a flourish yet--is coming into closer focus as more clinicians and organizations start to use these technologies to communicate with consumers" (www.health2con.com/about.html).
During the Web 1.0
years, a small number of web developers created web pages for a large number of readers.
In many ways, blogs are the embodiment of the Web 2.0 concept, because they are representative of the evolution from the technological focus of the Web 1.0
; into a business medium, where the technology is a means of delivery.
Much of it would need to be collaboratively constructed with Web 2.0 tools, but it also would need to include elements of Web 1.0
We all know Web 1.0
, the original Internet, a dramatic invention but in reality just one-way communications through static Web pages.