Web 2.0 Thinking Game

The most telling detail in The Economist‘s coverage of Google and YouTube was the subhead: “Google’s acquisition of YouTube shows that ‘Web 2.0′ has come of age.” A few weeks back, The Economist was calling “Web 2.0″ a trend. Their phrase was, “hot Web 2.0 trend.” The magazine now intends “Web 2.0″ to be understood as a sort of second edition:

This week’s pairing of Google and YouTube may come to be remembered as the moment “Web 2.0″—ie, the web, version two—came of age.

Clearly “Web 2.0″ means different things to different journalists on different days. Mostly it means nothing—except a bigger paycheck. But let’s simplify what The Economist is saying:

Web 1.0: AOL buys Time Warner.
Web 2.0: Google buys YouTube.

Put another way:

Web 1.0: New media company buys old media company.
Web 2.0: New media company buys new media company.

If we’re stuck with this meaningless Web 2.0 label, let’s at least have some fun with it. Here’s my new game. I’ll start, you finish:

Web 1.0: Joshua Davis on the cover of Art News.
Web 2.0: 37signals on the cover of Forbes.

Web 1.0: Users create the content (Slashdot).
Web 2.0: Users create the content (Flickr).

Web 1.0: Crap sites on Geocities.
Web 2.0: Crap sites on MySpace.

Web 1.0: Writing.
Web 2.0: Rating.

Web 1.0: Karma Points.
Web 2.0: Diggs.

Web 1.0: Cool Site of the Day.
Web 2.0: Technorati.com.

Web 1.0: Tags.
Web 2.0: “Tags.”

Web 1.0: Bookmarking.
Web 2.0: Bookmark sharing.

Web 1.0: Pointless Flash widgets.
Web 2.0: Pointless “Ajax” widgets.

Now you try it!

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659 thoughts on “Web 2.0 Thinking Game

  1. Web 1.0: Developers whinging about Netscape users who won’t upgrade to Internet Explorer
    Web 2.0: Developers whinging about Internet Explorer users who won’t upgrade to Firefox

  2. Web 1.0: Large expanses of default-white dotted with unformatted text
    Web 2.0: Large expanses of white with a gradient at the top dotted with meticulously formatted and precisely positioned text

  3. Web 1.0: Comic Sans in font tags to give your site that “friendly edge”
    Web 2.0: Comic Sans in style sheets with no capitalisation of words to give your site that “friendly edge”

  4. Web 1.0: Site under construction
    Web 2.0: Beta

    Web 1.0: Flashy banners
    Web 2.0: Banner flashes

    Web 1.0: Communication
    Web 2.0: Conversation

    Web 1.0: Times New Roman
    Web 2.0: Arial, Helvetica, Verdana (and a bit of Georgia, too)

    Web 1.0: Geocities
    Web 2.0: Google Pages

    Web 1.0: Ajax = Football team in Netherlands
    Web 2.0: AJAX = well…

    On a more serious note:
    Web 1.0: You and I
    Web 2.0: Us

    Regards,
    Shri.

  5. Web 1.0 – Dot com bubble
    Web 2.0 – Dot com hubble bubble toil and trouble (it runs on witchcraft and other things most folk will never quite understand)

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  7. Web 1.0: Yahoo! launches
    Web 2.0: Yahoo! gets acquired…

    Web 1.0: IE 5.0
    Web 2.0: IE 7.0

    Web 1.0: Visting Blogs
    Web 2.0: Unbolding RSS Feeds

  8. Web 1.0 The bigger the bevel the more important the button
    Web 2.0 The shinier the plastic the more important the button

  9. Web 1.0: Spam emails
    Web 2.0: Spam emails and spam comments

    Web 1.0: Post copyrighted content
    Web 2.0: Download and redistribute copyrighted content

    Web 1.0: Rounded corners are new and kinda cool
    Web 2.0: Rounded corners are confused with Web 2.0

  10. Web 1.0: Text that wraps to your browser window
    Web 2.0: Text that makes you widen your browser window if you want to read it all without horizontal scrolling

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  12. web 1.0: bloated, useless DHTML
    web 2.0: bloated, uesless Javascript Libraries

    web 1.0: animated gifs
    web 2.0: scriptaculous

    web 1.0: all talk, no action by the W3C
    web 2.0: all talk, no action by the W3C

    web 1.0: blue background colour
    web 2.0: green background colour

  13. Web 1.0 Annoying and useless Javascript
    Web 2.0 Annoying and useless Javascript that means your app doesn’t work cross anything

    Web 1.0 “Bullshit eBusiness Seminars”
    Web 2.0 “Blogger conferences, and BlogHer Conferences.”

  14. Web 1.0 – Meta Tags
    Web 2.0 – SEO

    Web 1.0 – Looking for an experienced designer. Must be able to design and implement websites using HTML, CSS. Knowledge of Javascript a bonus.

    Web 2.0 – Looking for an experienced designer. The candidate must be affluent in XHTML, CSS, Javascript, DHTML, AJAXY GOODNESS, Ruby on Rails, PHP, JSP, SQL, MySql, ASP.net, XML, Actionscript (2.0 and 3.0), Adobe CS2 products, Dreamweaver, Coldfusion, Quark, eCommerce, SEO, linux, unix, IIS.

    Web 1.0 – Google Ninja
    Web 2.0 – AJAX/Web Ninja*

    Web 1.0 – Actually design websites
    Web 2.0 – Attend and host hundreds of conferences

    *I never got the whole freaking ninja thing? There are too many geeks on the web.

  15. Web 1.0:
    <code><P><FONT COLOR=green SIZE=4>Header</P></FONT></code>

    Web 2.0:
    <code><h2 class=”sIFR-replaced”><embed style=”width:200px; height:40px;” class=”sIFR-flash” type=”application/x-shockwave-flash” sifr=”true” bgcolor=”#FFFFFF” wmode=”” flashvars=”txt=Header&textcolor=#080&w=200&h=40″ quality=”best” src=”/swf/cool-font.swf” height=”40″ width=”200″><span class=”sIFR-alternate”>Header</span></h2></code>

  16. web 1.0: Published standards and browsers that don’t support them
    web 2.0: “De-facto” standards by browsers that don’t support 10-year old standards.

  17. Web 1.0: Having to turn off Java applets so you can actually read someone’s webpage.
    Web 2.0: Having to turn off Flash plugin so you can actually read someone’s page.

  18. Web 1.0 – I want round corners, nested TABLEs.
    Web 2.0 – I want round corners, nested DIVs, Ps, SPANs, DOM manipulations.

  19. Web 1.0 – You own a webdesign company because you started creating table based websites ten years ago. However, six years ago you understood the purpose of the web standards and website accessibility.

    Web 2.0 – You own a webdesign company because you “designed” your first WordPress blog a year ago and now you think that it is THE tool – valid markup, accessibility and RSS (yeah!) – all included

  20. Web 1.0 – We were not used to laugh about what we were doing
    Web 2.0 – We currently laugh about this all stuff
    Web 3.0 – Whatever it is… Just start laughing now!

  21. Web 1.0: Links
    Web 2.0: Blogroll

    Web 1.0: 20,000 Hits on my webpage!
    Web 2.0: Ive been dugg 1000 times on Digg!

    Web 1.0: Javascript Image Rollovers
    Web 2.0: CSS+AJAX Menus

    Web 1.0: “The Edge”
    Web 2.0: “Cool and Smooth”

  22. Web 1.0: Making web pages in a word processor.
    Web 2.0: Preparing documents in a web browser.

  23. Web 1.0: IE 3 running quickly with 3 or 4 windows open on a 200 Mhz PII with 128 MB RAM.
    Web 2.0: Firefox 2.0rc2 running slowly with 10-20 tabs open on a 2.4 Ghz P4 with 512 MB RAM.

    Web 1.0: Rational Unified Process implementing J2EE
    Web 2.0: “Getting Real” using RoR

  24. web 1.0: <a onclick="foo();">
    web 2.0: var addListener = function(el, type, fn, o, b) { };

    Sorry I couldn’t help myself. I just wasn’t seeing any nerdy js entries in here.

  25. Web1.0: print budget
    Web2.0: print budget

    Web1.0: journalist budget
    Web2.0: journalist budget

    Web1.0: TV production budget
    Web2.0: TV production budget

    Web1.0: No budget to strong budget
    Web2.0: No budget to strong budget

    Web1.0: We are the best. Dot.
    Web2.0: We are the best. You know, with RSS, Semantic CSS, Social bookmarks, Ajax, …

    Web1.0: Experience this effect
    web2.0: Experience this content

    Web1.0: Zeldman
    Web2.0: Zeldman

  26. Web 1.0: HTML markup.
    Web 2.0: HTML with CSS, meaning it has half the bloatedness.

    Web 1.0: NASDAQ.
    Web 2.0: NASDAQ after the bubble burst, meaning it has half the value.

    Web 1.0: Silicon Valley 1999… out of touch with the real world.
    Web 2.0: Silicon Valley 2006… out of touch with the real world.

    Oh, wait a second!

  27. Just a few days ago you were pondering your lack of interest ….. now this. Methinks the a-listers are over it.

    Web 1.0: the web is for geeks
    Web 2.0: gimme some of that web action

  28. Web 1.0: Webmonkey/Dr. Web
    Web 2.0: A List Apart/Sitepoint

    Web 1.0: Netscape
    Web 2.0: Mozilla

    Web 1.0: “Sign my guestbook!”
    Web 2.0: “Submit Comment”

  29. Web 1.0: Look what I did in FrontPage
    Web 2.0: Look what I did in DreamWeaver

    Web 1.0: “Don’t use CSS”
    Web 2.0: “Don’t use IE”

    Web 1.0: Jolt Cola
    Web 2.0: Double caffeinated mocha late slim

    Web 1.0: Spell check through Word
    Web 2.0: Spell check through Google

    Web 1.0: Rubberband
    Web 2.0: Broadband

  30. Web1.0: Making half-assed effort to design for blind and handicapped users
    Web2.0: Making three-quarter-assed effort to design for blind and handicapped users

  31. Web 1.0: Make Money Make Money Make Money
    Web 2.0: Make Money Make Money Make Money
    Web 3.0: Make Money Make Money Make Money

    Web 1.0: Microsoft Don’t Listen
    Web 2.0: Microsoft try to Listen
    Web 3.0: Microsoft Actually Listen – but its too late for them

    Web 1.0: Web Developers risk all to Create an Experience
    Web 2.0: Web Developers Anally follow code guidelines and the experience becomes drained of life, spontaneous ideas are replaced with the html equivalent of keeping up with the Jones’s

  32. Web 1.0: Get a Mac already! Geez your doing that the hard way.
    Web 2.0: Get Firefox Already! Geez your doing that the hard way.

    Web 1.0 I just hooked up my friend’s band site for $300! let’s go see a movie.
    Web 2.0 Band borrows computer to check myspace ?

    Web 1.0 What’s the easiest way to build a site for cheap?
    Web 2.0 How can I build an internet for free?

  33. Web 1.0: All Your Base Are Belong To Us!
    Web 2.0: What ever’s hot on YouTube.

    Web 1.0: Hotmail
    Web 2.0: Gmail

    Web 1.0: excitement for “web 2.0″
    Web 2.0: wish i never heard of “web 2.0″

  34. Paul, this happen everywhere:

    Web 1.0 – Looking for an experienced designer. Must be able to design and implement websites using HTML, CSS. Knowledge of Javascript a bonus.

    Web 2.0 – Looking for an experienced designer. The candidate must be affluent in XHTML, CSS, Javascript, DHTML, AJAXY GOODNESS, Ruby on Rails, PHP, JSP, SQL, MySql, ASP.net, XML, Actionscript (2.0 and 3.0), Adobe CS2 products, Dreamweaver, Coldfusion, Quark, eCommerce, SEO, linux, unix, IIS, bla.. bla..

    “they” need God these days just to make their brochure(whatever) online.

  35. web 1.0: The X-Files
    web 2.0: Lost

    web 1.0: suck.com
    web 2.0: Fortean Times

    web 1.0: stuffit
    web 2.0: zip

  36. Web 1.0: Spiky polygons, moody colors, tiny annoying fonts
    Web2.0: Trendy badges, pastel colors, ginormous annoying fonts

    Web1.0: Joshua Davis
    Web2.0: Thomas Fuchs

    Web1.0: Partisan blowhard editorialists with a column in the online WSJ
    Web2.0: Partisan blowhard users with a column on Newsvine

    Web1.0: Brief, functional footers
    Web2.0: Tall, verbose “footers” larger than the actual content region

  37. Web 1.0: Jerry Yang and David Filo build a list of the coolest websites, and later realise there might be a business model
    Web 2.0: Nobody’s got a business model, but everybody’s got a list of the coolest websites

  38. Web 1.0: Initial Public Offering
    Web 2.0: Venture Capital

    Web 1.0 Business Plan: Sell for less than we bought it for.
    Web 2.0 Business Plan: Sell ads on stuff we didn’t actually pay for.

  39. Web 1.0 – online diary
    Web 2.0 – blog

    Web 1.0 – email
    Web 2.0 – Gmail

    Web 1.0 – awful background music
    Web 2.0 – awful background gradients

    Web 1.0 – slashdot
    Web 2.0 – Digg

  40. Web 1.0: Viruses downloading and slowing down computer.
    Web 2.0: Automatic Updates downloading and slowing down computer.

  41. Web 1.0: Online canned goods stores with outrageous shipping prices
    Web 2.0: Online canned goods stores with outrageous amounts of google adsense banners to offset outrageous shipping charges.

  42. Web 1.0: experiment, take risks, spinoff.
    Web 2.0: see something popular and acquire.

    Web 1.0: RealPlayer is abit of a hog, but not too annoying
    Web 2.0: RealPlayer is downright Malware.

    Web 1.0: Chat rooms
    Web 2.0: MMORPGs

    Web 1.0: Collections of Matching background and button sets
    Web 2.0: Collections of Skins

  43. Web 1.0: “Site best viewed with Internet Explorer”
    Web 2.0: “Site best viewed with anything but Internet Explorer”

  44. Web 1.0: disable ActiveX for security reason
    Web 2.0: disable ActiveX, java, Javascript, Flash to get the content

  45. Web 1.0: Site goes down when hosting company upgrades to a better server
    Web 2.0: Site goes down with a reader serves you up to an upgrade on Digg

    Web 1.0: Websites proudly display buttons proclaiming “_______’s Top Site of the Day” or “______’s Coolest on the Web”, where there are hundreds of ranking authorities.
    Web 2.0: Millions of surfers use tags and social bookmarks to place the same sites simultaneously on Digg, Del.icio.us, and Reddit.

  46. Web 1.0: Web sites that don’t work on Linux because they use crappy ActiveX controls.
    Web 2.0: Web sites that don’t work on Linux because they use crappy Flash 8 controls.

  47. Web 1.0: Create Content
    Web 2.0: Link to created content

    Web 1.0: Audience
    Web 2.0: Communities

    Web 1.0: Dial up
    Web 2.0: Broadband

    Web 1.0: Page views and Hits
    Web 2.0: Still searching for the measurement metric

  48. Web 1.0: Blue Screens of Death on Windows XP
    Web 2.0: Blue Screens of Death on Windows Vista, followed by a quick reboot, followed by another BSOD, followed by a quick reboot…

  49. Online gaming Web 1.0:
    You are in a room. There is a door to the north.
    “Open door”
    I don’t understand.
    “Unlock door”
    I don’t understand.
    “Leave room”
    I don’t understand.
    “**** off!!
    >

    Online gaming Web 2.0:
    Full Prince of Persia online Flash version! oooh, shiny.

  50. Web 1.0 : we didnt’ know that .com bubble will collapse
    Web 2.0 : we didn’t want to know that .com bubble would collapse

  51. Web 1.0: Computer screens to display content
    Web 2.0: Mobile digital devices for display and production of content

    Web 1.0: Keeping the user on your site
    Web 2.0: Branding your content on any site, device or publication

  52. web 1.0: worked auto-magically (as far a client is concerned)
    web 2.0: works web 2.0-ly (as far as a client is concerned)

  53. Web 1.0 : Microsoft
    Web 2.0 : Google

    Web 1.0 : Slashdot effect
    Web 2.0 : Digg effect

    Web 1.0 : Boards
    Web 2.0 : Blogs

    Web 1.0 : Version numbers
    Web 2.0 : Greek Letters (I mean common, a website “making it to gamma” ?)

    Web 1.0 : “Mail this article to a friend” button
    Web 2.0 : “Digg / Furl / Del.icio.us / Reddit / NewsWine / etc this” buttons

    Web 1.0 : Worrying about privacy
    Web 2.0 : Willing to tell more

  54. Web 1.0: Intelligent Collectives
    Web 2.0: Collective Intelligence

    Web 1.0: Dictionary.com
    Web 2.0: Dictionary.com

    Web 1.0: Web Sites
    Web 2.0: Web Services

  55. Web 1.0: …a list??
    Web 2.0: Of course you want a list, what’s a menu if not a list of links?
    Web 3.0: Of course you want a list, what’s a block of text if not a list of paragraphs?
    Web 4.0: Of course you want a list, what’s a paragraph if not a list of words?

  56. Web 1.0: tim berners lee gives us the web (for free!)
    Web 2.0: tim o’reilly copyrights the term ‘web 2.0′

    Web 1.0: emperor’s new clothes
    Web 2.0: emperor’s new clothes part 2

  57. Web 1.0: Spam
    Web 2.0: Blatant identity theft

    Web 1.0: Windows
    Web 2.0: OSX

    Web 1.0: dot com
    Web 2.0: dot just-about-everything

    Web 1.0: Yahoo!
    Web 2.0: Boohoo for Yahoo! (Google)

    Web 1.0: Cool!
    Web 2.0: Cooler!

  58. Web 1.0: standard-web-palet-colored content (just text)
    Web 2.0: true-color shiny-glossy-3D-beta-badged obtrusive animated links to content (video)

  59. Web 1.0 Some Paysites
    Web 2.0 Lot Of Paysites

    Web 1.0 Was very exiting
    Web 2.0 Is very boring

    Web 1.0 Napster (MP3)
    Web 2.0 All kind of P2P (MP3, Videos and Worms)

    Web 1.0 Explorer beats Netscape
    Web 2.0 Firefox beats Explorer

    Web 1.0 Only some cmmercials
    Web 2.0 Too much commercials

    Web 1.0 Java pop up commercials that sucks
    Web 2.0 Flash pop up commercials wich sucks much more

    An so on…

  60. Web 1.0: Two spaces between sentences.
    Web 2.0: No punctuation.

    Web 1.0: Misspellings because of new “computer thing.”
    Web 2.0: Misspellings because it’s cool and the .com you wanted is taken.

  61. Web 1.0: »Sign up to get a FREE e-mail newsletter!«
    Web 2.0: »Enter your PIN here to confirm bank details«

    E-mail 1.0 subject: MAKE MONEY FAST $$$
    E-mail 2.0 subject: Re: Th1s watchh is amazingg

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  64. web 1.0: content to create you own 15 minutes of fame
    web 2.0: endless rehash of of another’s minutes of fame

    web 1.0: search based on algorithms
    web 2.0: search based on ratings (contextual)

    web 1.0: SPAM
    web 2.0: SPLOGS

    web 1.0: branding and corporate sites
    web 2.0 lifestyle sites

    web 1.0: web agencies that don’t understand web users
    web 2.0: web agencies that don’t understand web users

    web 1.0: crackdown on Napster
    web 2.0: embracing torrent technology

    web 1.0: hassled by spam
    web 2.0: hassled by allowing senders in email clients

    web 1.0: bands fear music distribution
    web 2.0: bands distribute music through youtube

  65. Web 1.0: Page takes 5 minutes to download over a 28.8Kbps connection, and then crashes your browser.
    Web 2.0: Page takes 5 minutes to download over an 8Mbps connection, and then crashes your browser.

  66. web1.0: Doing Java – Haven’t tryed jBuilder but wiling to do so soon.
    web2.0: doing php – Haven’t tryed joomla but wiling to do so soon.

    web1.0: porn
    web2.0: alt-porn

  67. At least one thing will never change: Opera users griping at IE and Netscape(based) users to get with their standards (^_-)V

  68. Web 1.0: Annoying welcome pages asking you to choose between HTML and text versions
    Web 2.0: Annoying welcome pages asking you to choose between HTML and Flash versions

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  70. Web 1.0: Searching for ads with good pricing over Internet between a lot of useless text informations
    Web 2.0: Searching for good text informations over Internet surrounded by ads

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  72. Web1.0 : Marketing Manager say : Make contend that everyone needs, and you get rich
    Web 2.0 : Marketing Manager say : Make Websites where everyone makes contend, and you get rich
    Web 3.0 : Marketing Manager say : Fuck, Im so rich ..

  73. Web 1.0: Reading forum entries, posting a reply
    Web 2.0: Reading blog entries, trying to reply but getting caught in ads, trackbacks, pings, cross-posts, digg-links and captchas, before finally giving up in disgust

  74. Web 1.0: Too much to learn, not enough time
    Web 2.0: Too much to learn, not enough time

    Web 1.0: Promise of a usable web standard around the corner
    Web 2.0: Promise of a usable web standard around the corner

    Web 1.0: Internet makes claims it will make your life better, then fails to make any real difference apart from spending time deleting spam
    Web 2.0: Internet makes claims it will make your life better, then fails to make any real difference apart from becoming addicted to blogging, RSS, Social networking,

  75. Web 1.0: RSS/Atom feeds
    Web 2.0: “Live” Bookmarks

    Web 1.0: Directories
    Web 2.0: CMS

    Web 1.0: WAP
    Web 2.0: Downloadable Ringtones

    Web 1.0: FAQs
    Web 2.0: Wikis

    Web 1.0: Crashing browsers
    Web 2.0: Self-closing browsers

    Web 1.0: .wav/MP3/OGG-based journals
    Web 2.0: Podcasting

    Web 1.0: “Punch the Monkey” banner ads
    Web 2.0: Pay-per-click ad revenue

    Web 1.0: Homepages/mission statements with Flash intros
    Web 2.0: Homepages/mission statements with Enhanced Flash intos

    Web 1.0: Scroll text and flashing backgrounds
    Web 2.0: Removal of the letter e from -er suffixes

    Web 1.0: Aeron Chairs, Foozeball tables
    Web 2.0: Gmail/Orkut/MySpace invites

  76. Web 1.0: VC
    Web 2.0: MORE VC

    Web 1.0: Yesterday
    Web 2.0: Tomorrow

    Web 1.0: any site
    Web 2.0: ealier less, later any
    Web 3.0: none, less, any

  77. Web 1.0: sans-serif headlines
    Web 2.0: giant Georgia headlines

    Web 1.0: “Oolong the rabbit” head performance
    Web 2.0: Cute Overload

    Web 1.0: downloading Swedish rap from Kazaa
    Web 2.0: watching Swedish rap videos on YouTube

  78. Web 1.0 : Buggy programs on computers and web servers
    Web 2.0 : Buggy programs on computers, web servers and navigators

    Web 1.0 : Web servers programmed in Perl
    Web 2.0 : Web servers programmed in JavaScript soon ?

  79. I am so late to this party. See the first comparison for the excuse.

    Web 1.0: You can’t use Bloglines because it doesn’t exist
    Web 2.0: You can’t use Bloglines because it crashes too much

    Web 1.0: Good ideas typically require tons of bandwidth for their execution
    Web 2.0: Good ideas typically require tons of bandwidth for their execution

    Web 1.0: People ignore CSS
    Web 2.0; People complain about CSS

    Web 1.0: You need a sound card
    Web 2.0: You need a wireless card

    Web 1.0: Flash is often abused to publish lame interfaces
    Web 2.0: Flash is often abused to publish lame videos

    Web 1.0: Microsoft tries to assimilate the Internet
    Web 2.0: Google tries to assimilate the Internet

    Web 1.0: “Sex” is one of the more pupular keyword searches
    Web 2.0: One of the more popular search services publishes a video in wich it is stated that “the Internet is for porn, porn, PORN!”

    Web 1.0: The mass media companies wave their proverbial arms and carry on about how their online presence WILL be on the ABSOLUTE BLEEDING EDGE
    Web 2.0: The mass media companies wave their proverbial arms and carry on about how their online presence WILL be on the ABSOLUTE BLEEDING EDGE – only this time with CSS, XML, and video

    Jeez, I could p-lay this game all day.

  80. Web 1.0: Users submit comments and ratings (Amazon.com)
    Web 2.0: Users submit comments and ratings (Amazon.com)

    Web 1.0: Amazon.com patents one-click purchase
    Web 2.0: O’Reilly copyrights “Web 2.0″

    Web 1.0: Web 2.0
    Web 2.0: Web 2.1

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  82. Web 1.0: “I like this file – I’ll download it.”
    Web 2.0: “I like this file – I’ll upload it.”

  83. web1.0: Companies control the message, don’t really listen effectively.
    web2.0: Most companies control the message, a few have learned to tap users for content, and even fewer have learned to listen.

  84. web 1.0: aaargh my eyes, so much great content what a whack design
    web 2.0: aaargh my eyes, i cant find good content, havent i seen that design before?
    web 3.0: Spiderman, Spiderman, Does whatever a spider can, Spins a web, any size, Catches thieves just like flies, Look Out! Here comes the Spiderman.

  85. This a terrible explanation of web 2.0

    Here is what my company has defined as web 2.0:

    1: User Generated Content
    2: User control over presentation of content
    3: Pervasive feedback (comment/rating) of content

  86. Web 1.0: E-mail newsletter.
    Web 2.0: RSS feed.

    Web 1.0: $sql = “SELECT * FROM tbl_bookings”;
    Web 2.0: $this->set(‘bookings’, $this->Booking->findAll());

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  89. Web 1.0: Hype about a “new” medium which business people and investors didn’t have a clue about, bought into anyway and then killed.

    Web 2.0: Hype about the same medium which marketers and brands don’t have a clue about, bought into anyway by spending more and more media dollars on, and will kill.

    Web 3.0: The end of hype about the medium.

  90. web 1.0 – Lists of comments that are relevant to the post in question followed by nothing.

    web 2.0 – Lists of comments that are relevant to the post in question followed by 50 or so trackback comments from Digg etc to tell you just how popular other peoples comments were.

  91. Web 1.0: Dunkin’ Donuts
    Web 2.0: Starbucks

    Web 1.0: NASDAQ
    Web 2.0: DJIA

    Web 1.0: Floppy disk
    Web 2.0: Blu-Ray

  92. Web 1.0 – My Site…
    Web 2.0 – My Beta Site…

    Web 1.0 – Times New Roman, Verdana, Arial…
    Web 2.0 – Trebuchet MS, Georgia, Tahoma…

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  95. web 1.0: script applied to html
    web 2.0: script applied to xml

    web 1.0: adds
    web 2.0: adwords

    web 1.0: browser support issues
    web 2.0: browser and feed aggregator support issues

  96. Web 1.0: Outlook
    Web 2.0: Google Calendar

    Web 1.0: Blue Screen from Hell
    Web 2.0: Kernal Panic

    Web 1.0: Web Standards not fully supported
    Web 2.0: Web Standards not fully supported
    Web 3.0: Web Standards not fully supported
    Web 4.0: Web Standards not fully supported
    ……………………………………………….
    Web 5000.0: Web Standards not fully supported

  97. Web 1.0: desk calendar
    Web 2.0: Google

    Web 1.0: Excel
    Web 2.0: Google

    Web 1.0: newspaper
    Web 2.0: Google

    Web 1:0: e-Mail me
    Web 2.0: Skype me

    Web 1.0: junk-market
    Web 2.0: eBay

    Web 1.0: tables
    Web 2.0: no tables

    Web 1.0:
    Web 2.0:

    Web 1.0: my first homepage
    Web 2.0: my first homepage 2.0 (beta)

    Web 1.0: photo album
    Web 2.0: flickr.com

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  99. I’m later to this party than everyone above me, and earlier than everyone below me. Go figure.

    1.0: zefrank publishes videos of himself dancing on his website, gets famous after a mention in a magazine.
    2.0: everyone publishes videos of themselves on YouTube, nobody gets famous

    1.0: IRC
    2.0: Trillian

    1.0: Everyone copies Yahoo!
    2.0: Everyone copies Google

    1.0: Online publishing by handcoding articles in html pages, uploading, then updating all links
    2.0: Blogging by clicking “Publish”

    1.0: Subscription fees
    2.0: Ad-supported

    1.0: Popups and banners
    2.0: Pop-in javascript windows, flash adverts that sit “under” the page, talking advertisements, “viral” ads, video ads, on and on…

    1.0: Please visit my website :)
    2.0: Please read my blog :)

  100. Web 1.0:
    RESPONSE.BUFFER=TRUE
    dev: i do this way its ok right?
    browser1: fine, fine… go ahead…
    browser2: can u bla bla…
    dev: who r u?
    RESPONSE.FLUSH

    Web 2.0:
    DO WHILE (NOT DIE)
    dev: i do this way its ok?
    browser1: no, it must be bla..bla..
    browser2: its ok, no problem
    browser3: fine, but..
    browser4: anything you do just fine
    dev: ok i’ll think about it.
    LOOP

    Web 3.0:
    DO WHILE (?)
    Search in progress, please wait…
    Search in progress, please wait…
    LOOP?
    crowd: wait a minute? how about Web 2.0?

  101. Web 1.0: img tags
    Web 2.0: Flickr tags

    Web 1.0: streamed audio and webcams of PopMart Rotterdam
    Web 2.0: phonecam video during a show; bootleg torrents 2 days after a show

    Web 0.1: Zork
    Web 2.0: Secondlife

  102. Web 1.0 India and Pakistan, finally getting along, and what great tech.
    Web 2.0 NK has a nuke, Japan’s tech starts looking awesome again.

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  104. Web 1.0: Students plagerize information from random websites
    Web 2.0: Students plagerize information from Wikipedia
    Web 3.0: Students plagerize information from teacher approved source

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  106. Web 1.0 Trying to code simple and minimalistic homepages on Geocities
    Web 2.0 Realising that WordPress had already done that and done it better

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  108. Web 1.0: Lots of techies embittered by not getting rich.
    Web 2.0: Lots of techies embittered by not getting rich.

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  110. Web 1.0: Worthless Bloatware 98
    Web 2.0: Worthless Bloatware Vista

    Web 1.0: Linux for geeks
    Web 2.0: Linux for less geeky geeks

    Web 1.0: Politicians stay in power with lies
    Web 2.0: Politicians stay in power with “faulty” voting machines

    Web 1.0: VCRs (VCRs)
    Web 2.0: VCRs that crash (DVD/DVR players)

    Web 1.0: Apocalypse
    Web 2.0: ???

    Web 1.0: Cyborgs are cool
    Web 2.0: Cyborgs are geeks with new toys

    Web 1.0: This game was fun
    Web 2.0: Now I’m going to do something else

  111. Web 1.0: Nobody know about UTF-8
    Web 2.0: Nobody care about UTF-8
    хуясе каменты на русском

  112. Web 1.0: Investors see $ in front of every number.
    Web 2.0: Programmers see $ in front of every DOM element reference.

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  114. Web 1.0: Frontpage results in: “Hi, I’m Jake! Here’s a picture of me on holiday! I had a great time! Here’s a picture of my cat! Isn’t he cute? Welcome to my website!”

    Web 2.0: MySpace results in: “My name is Jake and I don’t care what anyone thinks which is why I’m going to write pretentious blurb every day to a whole bunch of people I’ll never meet because it makes me feel good.”

  115. Web 1.0: No idea who’s linking me!
    Web 2.0: 20.000 zillion Trackbacks spamming a comment-game to death

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  118. Web 1.0 – Goths having depressings rants via blogs
    Web 2.0 – Emo kids having depressing rants on YouTube

    You know it to be true.

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  120. web 1.0 Tetris in Java
    web 2.0 Tetris YUI Dustin Diaz Style

    web 1.0 HTML
    web 2.0 XHTML

    web 1.0 JavaScript
    web 2.0 DOM, Prototype and Jquery

    web 1.0 Tag Soup
    web 2.0 Semantic markup

  121. Web 1.0: Egotrips at high provider costs, or just textbased university site.

    Web 2.0: This really long tail of cool comments, design and freedom of speech.

  122. web 1.0 A List Apart magazine: nothing too fancy, but works, great content!
    web 2.0 A List Apart magazine: fancier, great content again, but links to discussions on older articles don’t work anymore :-(

    (examples: http://www.alistapart.com/articles/slidingdoors/ – the article;
    http://www.alistapart.com/comments/slidingdoors/ – the comments’ page)

    I’ve contacted the List Apart editors more than once, but the issue wasn’t fixed… Maybe it’s unfixable :(

  123. web 1.0: type “web 1.0: -content-” and “web 2.0: -content-” by yourself
    web 2.0: copy & paste

    web 1.0: made for nerds
    web 2.0: made by nerds

    web 1.0: made by nerds
    web 2.0: made for nerds

    web 1.0: sucks.
    web 2.0: sucks. but if you say it does, it’s on technorati

    web 1.0: Web 1.0
    web 2.0: web 2.0

    web 1.0: I would have never found this page
    web 2.0: Damn Blogroll!

  124. Found on ShitCrunch:

    9Rules to Web 2.0

    #1 – Overdesign a simple page with two input fields where people can leave their name and e-mail to get spammed when the site is online. Although that won’t happen the next upcoming months

    #2 – Closed Alpha, Closed Beta, Closed Online, Closed Down

    #3 – Use tags even though they are not necessary or just misused. Tag your content, tag your posts, tag your dog

    #4 – Use rounded edges, font shadows, bevel and emboss everything, use font-size: 20pt – you don’t want to miss out the 2.0-blind people

    #5 – Tell everybody you are using Ajax, although you are just cleaning the house

    #6 – Delete all white space from your source code and don’t code in XHTML . Read why

    #7 – Use ruby on rails, c on sea, python on road, perl in the sky, php on moon, Basecamp, Backback, eh Backbone, Tadaaaa

    #8 – Generate a name, generate ideas . Use this

    Done everything?

    #9 – Send an E-Mail to Mike Arrington, TechCrunch

  125. web 2.0 A List Apart magazine: fancier, great content again, but links to discussions on older articles don’t work anymore :-(

    I’ve contacted the List Apart editors more than once, but the issue wasn’t fixed… Maybe it’s unfixable :(

    Our replies must have gotten caught in your spam traps.

    The problem will be fixed in the next (from-scratch) update to the ALA publishing engine, coming very soon.

  126. @Zeldman:

    Thank you, Jeffrey, for your reply! Good news that this issue will be fixed soon!:)

    [ I actually check my INBOX and my JUNK MAIL, always, just in case, but maybe somehow I overlooked your replies; coule be this:) Would ve really nice to be able to read older discussions again:) ]

    OK, now a more serious entry from me:

    Web 1.0: Macromedia Buys Allaire (2001)
    Web 2.0: Adobe buys Macromedia (2005/6)
    Web 3.0: Microsoft buys Adobe (2011?)
    Web 4.0: Google buys Microsoft (2016?)
    Web 5.0: End of the Internet? :-D

    :-)

  127. Why don’t people get it? Its not meant to be anything more than “the same only better”, and who can deny the web is getting better? Hell my browser is doing a spell check for me right now as i type, if thats not better than what came before then maybe I don’t get it.

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  129. Web 1.0: “I searched the web for information …”
    Web 2.0: “I googled the web for information …”

  130. Web 1.0 blink tag
    Web 2.0 myspace banner ads

    Web 1.0 Yahoo – Mark Cuban
    Web 2.0 Google – YouTube

    Web 1.0 kioken on CNN (inflated fish story)
    Web 2.0 blog watch on CNN (inflated fish stories)

    Web 1.0 terms for clients to use and not understand
    Web 2.0 terms for clients to use and not understand

    Web 1.0 Napster
    Web 2.0 Youtube

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  132. web 1.0: this is too easy to get in
    web 2.0: I can’t get enough of this

    web 1.0: porn makes it float
    web 2.0: old enough for a relationship

  133. Web 1.0: beware of passing too much time online
    Web 2.0: beware of passing too much time offline

    Web 1.0: irc channel
    Web 2.0: Windows MSN Live Messenger window with 30 friends

    (slight correction on a previous one:)
    Web 1.0: 12px h2
    Web 2.0: 3em h2

    Web 1.0: “Get Internet Explorer, NOW!”
    Web 2.0: Get rid of Internet Explorer, NOW!

  134. Web 1.0: News
    Web 2.0: Blog

    Web 1.0: Version Numbers
    Web 2.0: Weekly Releases ( I think its funny Web 2.0 has a version number. Seems like it would just be “New Web” or something. Ha! )

  135. web 1.0: 3D pointless objects in crazy future design
    web 2.0: Deer Antlers

    seriously what is the point of all of the deer antlers anyways?

  136. Web 1.0: Username and Password
    Web 2.0: Username, Password, Password again, City, State, Zip, Avatar, Nickname, Nickname again, Email Offers?, Platform, Browser, Flash/ No-Flash?, Interests, tc…

  137. Web 1.0 : Personal “home page”
    Web 2.0 : Blog

    Web 1.0 : Linklists
    Web 2.0 : Syndicated Blogrolls

    Web 1.0 : American Diner Coffee
    Web 2.0 : Starbucks “Latte”

    Web 1.0 : Yours/Mine
    Web 2.0 : Ours

    Web 1.0 : Distributed
    Web 2.0 : Consolidated Distribution

    Web 1.0 : Where’s my dog?
    Web 2.0 : Where’s my dongle?
    Web 3.0 : Inside the dog.

    Web 1.0 : Fresh ideas
    Web 2.0 : Fresh out of ideas…………………….

    peace,
    tribalogical

  138. Web 1.0 : Never would have wasted time reading 10,000 comments about “the web”

    Web 2.0 : I just read every comment on this stupid page and I am laughing about it.

  139. Web 1.0 : Readers rate books on Amazon
    Web 2.0 : Readers rate reviewers on Amazon

    Web 1.0 : Reviewers on Amazon work for publishing companies
    Web 2.0 : Reviewers on Amazon have their own ad-supported websites

  140. web 1.0: Me (I can do it)
    web 2.0: We (We are doing it)

    web 1.0: Linked
    web 2.0: Linking

    web 1.0: Only for Music
    web 2.0: More than Music

    web 1.0: Walkman
    Web 2.0: iPod

    web 1.0: did
    web 2.0: doing

    web 1.0: earphone
    web 2.0: Speaker

    web 1.0: Battery
    web 2.0: Plug-in

  141. Web 1.0: Creating workarounds for nested tables to work
    Web 2.0: Creating workarounds for CSS to work across platform, OS and browser.

    Web 1.0: Dropshadows
    Web 2.0: Dropshadows and gradients

    Web 1.0: Beating the crap out of my Nintendo 8bit to work.
    Web 2.0: Still beating the crap out of my Nintendo 8bit to work

  142. Web 1.0: “IE only”
    Web 2.0: XHTML+CSS

    Web 1.0: Flashy
    Web 2.0: AJAXy

    Web 1.0: Difficult for disabled
    Web 2.0: Difficult for IE users

    Web 1.0: <b>
    Web 2.0: <strong>

    Web 1.0: Simple
    Web 2.0: Complex

  143. Web 1.0: HTML, PERL, CGI
    Web 2.0: XHTML CSS, JavaScript, PHP, MySQL, ORACLE, Ruby On Rails, JAVA, AJAX, XML, XUL, ColdFusion, ASP.NET, etc.

    Web 1.0: What is that?
    Web 2.0: WTF?

  144. Web 1.0: Go to a concert, come home, spend weeks searching message boards and guestbooks for someone willing to trade or sell a bootleg tape of the show.

    Web 2.0: Go to a concert, come home, watch the whole thing again on YouTube the next day.

  145. Web 1.0: Internet Explorer 5 considered good browser.
    Web 2.0: Internet Explorer 7 considered good browser.

    Web 1.0: table layout authors mock frame layout authors: “You’re so old fashioned!”
    Web 2.0: fixed-width div layout authors mock table layout authors: “You’re so old fashioned!”

  146. Web 1.0: Spam
    Web 2.0: Spam
    Web 3.0: Spam

    Web 1.0: Content
    Web 2.0: Our Content
    Web 3.0: Where is the Content?

    Web 1.0: Websites with animatet GIFs
    Web. 2.0: Websites with Flash, Javascript, Ajax, PHP, Perl, ASP, and nothing Works

    Web 1.0: Internet
    Web 2.0: THE Internet XXXXXXXXXL (another form of Porn)

    Web 1.0: A Good Idea
    Web 2.0: A Good Idea with Bad Taste
    Web 3.0: It was a great time still with Web1.0

  147. Web 1.0:
    starting browser, reading web page

    Web 2.0:
    starting browser, installing plugin, installing plugin, deactivating security options, try another browser, reading web page(hopefully)

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  149. Web 1.0: Reading trough hundreds of Photoshop tutorials making a grungy design with plastic buttons and pixelborders.

    Web 2.0: Reading trough few AJAX tutorials writing a blog that don’t refresh with animated shelfs, tooltips and loading .gifs

  150. Web 1.0: getting frustrated trying to explain the importance of MP3s
    Web 2.0: getting frustrated trying to explain the importance of RSS

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  152. PHP time.

    Web 1.0:
    Web 2.0:
    (So damn complicated…)

    Web 1.0: Parse Error, Expected “;” on line 14
    Web 2.0: Parse Error, Expected “;” on line 3465457586
    (Scripts are waaaay too big)

    Web 1.0: Look at me, I know HTML.
    Web 2.0: Please look at me, I know XHTML, CSS, PHP, MySQL, JavaScript and RSS.
    (HTML is simply not enough anymore)

    Web 1.0: Coming soon: Internet2
    Web 2.0: Coming soon: Web 3.0
    (Yeah I bet none of you heard of Internet2. I read about it in Wired and didn’t get it)

    Web 1.0:
    Web 2.0:
    (OMGZORZ WE MUST MAKE OUR FILEZ 546 GB SO THAT THEY ARE XHTML STANDARD AND WORK IN MSIE 3.0 OKOKOK!!!1111)

    Web 1.0: ♥
    Web 2.0:

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  154. web 1.0: entrepreneurs use the internet to make money.

    web 2.0: corporate monoliths use the internet to take entrepreneurs’ money.

  155. Web 1.0: stupid pictures of your dog
    Web 2.0: stupid videos of your dog

    Web 1.0: AOL
    Web 2.0: not AOL

    Web 1.0: Microsoft Internet Explorer
    Web 2.0: Mozilla Firefox

    Web 1.0: Wow! this place has wireless internet?!?!
    Web 2.0: WTF?!?! This place doesn’t having any fucking wireless internet?!?!

    Web 1.0: lame
    Web 2.0: lamx0r

    Web 1.0: :)
    Web 2.0: XD

    Web 1.0: other people have some pretty good podcasts out there
    Web 2.0: you have some pretty good podcasts out there

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  157. Web 1.0: [center][h1][/h2][/center][hr][p][font size=”10″][/font] (stupid layout)
    Web 1.5: [div style=”font: 11px Verdana”][/div](smart colourful design with menu items)
    Web2.0: primitive design with smart rounded corners and stupid fonts ;)

    Web 1.0: login: “gumbert”, pass: “password”
    Web 2.0: login: “gumbert”, pass: “password1″

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  159. Web 1.0: Link’s colour changes on rollover
    Web 2.0: Link’s background changes on rollover

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  161. web 1.0: I made something new :D
    web 2.0: while (true){ c.copyWork (“Google”); }

    web 1.0: web designers hate Netscape
    web 2.0: Everyone hates IE
    web 3.0: Everyone hates CSS2
    web 4.0: Google kills windows, replaced by Googlinux

  162. I still remain unconvinced whether Google owning YouTube is a good thing in the long run. I reckon the editing of Vids will just get tighter and tighter due to copy right etc. I just hope I’m wrong I love YouTube!

  163. Web 1.0: a bunch of people writing, a lot of people reading
    Web 2.0: a lot of people writing, a lot of people reading

    Web 1.0: I offered a pizza to my fifteen years old neighbour’s son and now I got a ugly but cheap website. Everybody could do websites!
    Web 2.0: I paid 15 dollars to a professional web design agency to get a wonderful web-standard site and now I have a “web 2.0-looking” and cheap website. Everybody DOES do website!

    ;) cheers

  164. Web 1.0: CRT
    Web 2.0: LCD

    Web 1.0: making your desktop look like the old 98 did
    Web 2.0: making your desktop look like the old XP did

    Web 1.0: online for 4 hours a day
    Web 2.0: online for 14 hours a day

    Web 1.0: finally winamp at work
    Web 2.0: finally unlimited browsing at work

    Web 1.0: webcam
    Web 2.0: living room cam

    Web 1.0: making 1 computer out of 3 old ones
    Web 2.0: making 1 computers out of 1 new one

    Web 1.0: Favorites
    Web 2.0: Feeds

    :)

  165. web1.0 “geocites home page”
    web2.0 “blogger blog”

    web1.0 “portal with news”
    web2.0 “strange blog with community functions”

    web1.0 “webmaster is the best”
    web2.0 “seo is the best”

    web1.0 “MSdos”
    web2.0 “vista”

    web1.0 “old-school”
    web2.0 “rmb”

    web1.0 wap
    web2.0 3G

    web1.0 web1.0
    web2.0 web2.0

    web1.0 “sign guestbook”
    web2.0 “submit comment”

    web1.0 “spedia.com”
    web2.0 “adsense”

    web1.0 “hard”
    web2.0 “simple”

    web1.0 is like cd-r
    web2.0 is like Lightscribe

  166. for n00bis:
    Web 1.0 : “oohh!! What does this button do?”
    *click*
    “uhh.. what just happened?”
    Web 2.0 : “oohh!! shiny..”
    *click*
    “uhh.. what just happened?”

    Web 1.0 : n00b users don’t know what spywares are..
    Web 2.0 : n00b users are scared of spywares..

    Web 1.0 : click something and you get infected
    Web 2.0 : just move the mouse and you get infected

  167. Web 1.0: left align
    Web 2.0: centre align

    Web 1.0: not much theory
    Web 2.0: with lot of theory

    Web 1.0: no discussion
    Web 2.0: lot of discussion

    Web 1.0: fatty
    Web 2.0: slim

    Web 1.0: un-mature
    Web 2.0: enough mature to handle content

    Web 1.0: father
    Web 2.0: son

    Web 1.0: yestesday
    Web 2.0: today

    Web 1.0: without peers
    Web 2.0: with peers

    Web 1.0: table
    Web 2.0: div

    Web 1.0: past
    Web 2.0: future

    Web 1.0: bellbottom
    Web 2.0: jeans

    Web 1.0: _
    Web 2.0: glassy mirror

    Web 1.0: not specfic in jobs
    Web 2.0: specific in jobs

    Web 1.0: designers are free
    Web 2.0: designers have boundaries

    Finally design is design simply the things matters is Beautiful….whether its web1.0 or web2.0…difference we have created……….what u think

  168. Web 1.0: not specfic in jobs
    Web 2.0: specific in jobs

    Web 1.0: designers are free
    Web 2.0: designers have boundaries

    Finally design is design simply the things matters is Beautiful….whether its web1.0 or web2.0…difference we have created……….what u think

  169. Web 1.0: “This site best viewed in IE.”
    Web 2.0: “This site best viewed with XMLHttpRequest.”

    Web 1.0: Non-semantic nested tables.
    Web 2.0: Non-semantic nested “wrapper” divs.

    Web 1.0: Pop-ups.
    Web 2.0: Pop-overs.
    (Web 3D: Pop-outs.)

    Web 1.0: “WOW THIS INTERNET THING IS GREAT”
    Web 2.0: “someone stole my caps lock key back in web 1.0 now i do web design”

    Web 1.0: URLs are unpronounceable, and often unreadable (“www.example.com/cgi-bin/script.pl?pageID=52″).
    Web 2.0: URLs are supposedly pronounceable, but you feel itchy missing out the dots (“del.icio.us”, “script.aculo.us”).

    Web 1.0: Your CEO is twice your age.
    Web 2.0: Your CEO dropped out of university two years ago.

    Web 1.0: Blond jokes.
    Web 2.0: LOLCATS!!!

    And, if I may be a little PG-13:

    Web 1.0: People pay money to download porn.
    Web 2.0: People make their own porn and post it on “my.big.co.ck”.

  170. While I remember, another one I thought of a couple of days back:

    Web 1.0: Pages are mostly text, with a few flash ads.
    Web 2.0: Pages are mostly flashy, with a few text ads.

  171. I love the way people talk as if “Web 2.0″ is a new version of the web, “Yeah man I have web 2.0 installed on my machine”. It’s an evolvement not an upgrade!

  172. I think web 2.0 is a big thing and it will be around for years to come. It’s been a success for many not for profit user communities but businesses or the corporate world don’t know how to build web 2.0 business websites to take advantage of the web 2.0 tools. Some are just afraid of it. Many books are now available on how to build web 2.0 business websites.

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    Web 2.0 has way too much weight on it. Google trusts this too much and it’s a big cause of spam.

    I think Web 3.0 is a system where actual humans evaluate sites given various unbiased data.

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    “Web 2.0 has way too much weight on it. Google trusts this too much and it’s a big cause of spam.

    I think Web 3.0 is a system where actual humans evaluate sites given various unbiased data.”

    It’s going to take quite a bit of human power to be able to evaluate the 1 trilliion websites out there. Hopefully this would eliminate spam though.

    Brian Braggs

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