Do you know the answer to the next simple question? “What do you know about web 2.0 technology?” What’s so interesting about this video, is the simple fact that none of these so called digital natives are familiar with the term web 2.0. Although they never had a life without technology, they just don’t know how to describe “it”. So to be shure I’ve rounded up some basics on the evolution of the web. From a historic point of view 1990/1991 is the official birth of the (commercial) Internet, which was available to the general public. From this date on you see al lot of technical and infrastructural evolution. The graphical site evolution of the internet has nice graphics on this evolution. Web 0.0 – Developping the internet Web 1.0 – The shopping carts & static web Experts call the Internet before 1999 “Read-Only” web. According to Tim Berners-Lee the first implementation of the web, representing the Web 1.0, could be considered as the “read-only web.”
Web 3.0 – The semantic executing web. Accessibility. Webby Entries Closed. For information about entries and entering The Webby Awards, please email Denise Roman at email@example.com or call us at +1-212.675.3555. 19th Annual Webby Awards Dates: • Webby Nominees and the People’s Voice Awards announced: April 7th, 2015 • Webby Winners announced: April 27th, 2015 • 19th Annual Webby Awards: May 18th, 2015 in NYC See last year’s Webby Winners in our Winners Galley + Archive. Subscribe to our 011 Newsletter to be the first to hear all our news, including Nominee and Winner announcements and updates on The Webby Awards show in May. Webby Winners are selected by the International Academy of Digital Arts & Sciences (IADAS) and by the online voting public during The Webby People’s Voice Awards.
IADAS is a 2000 person strong membership body including Web luminaries and Internet founders including Twitter’s Biz Stone, Arianna Huffington, Instagram’s Kevin Systrom and Do Something’s CEO Nancy Lublin. Algorithms – Inside Search – Google. There are many components to the search process and the results page, and we’re constantly updating our technologies and systems to deliver better results. Many of these changes involve exciting new innovations, such as the Knowledge Graph or Google Instant. There are other important systems that we constantly tune and refine. This list of projects provides a glimpse into the many different aspects of search. Answers Displays immediate answers and information for things such as the weather, sports scores and quick facts. Autocomplete Predicts what you might be searching for. Books Finds results out of millions of books, including previews and text, from libraries and publishers worldwide.
Freshness Shows the latest news and information. Google Instant Displays immediate results as you type. Images Shows you image-based results with thumbnails so you can decide which page to visit from just a glance. Indexing Uses systems for collecting and storing documents on the web. Knowledge Graph Mobile News.