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The Third-Generation Web

December 29, 2006

I don’t like this whole naming style of the web 1.0, 2.0 etc. Then I was shuffling around articles from Kurzweilai when I read the third generation one. I remember I came across to the same debate couple of weeks ago. Here I came across to it again and I thought I’d share. I don’t really care about naming conventions and I still don’t like them but still there is a good amount of predictions that seems valid to me. Concepts like distributed computing, transparency, openness, grid computing are all going to show up more and more in the near future.

from wikipedia:

Grid Computing is an emerging computing model that provides the ability to perform higher throughput computing by taking advantage of many networked computers to model a virtual computer architecture that is able to distribute process execution across a parallel infrastructure. Grids use the resources of many separate computers connected by a network (usually the Internet) to solve large-scale computation problems.

Those concepts also going to seem to merge at an important point for of us all. That is trust.

Ilteris Kaplan

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