The Demise of Web 2.0

The term Web 2.0 has been around for about a decade, but we are finally seeing its disuse. No, the Web itself isn’t going away: but the notion that an interactive layer of applications, protocols, programming languages and tools has become subsumed into a new kind of Web: one where everything is a service, where mobile browsing is more important and where social networking has helped discover and promote new content. As a result, we don’t really need the term anyone, because it is so much of what the Web has become. Think of this as going beyond the 2.0 label of the Web: now we have a richer world of interactions that is just the beginning of how we use that tired old port 80.

You can download the latest issue of Cisco’s Internet Protocol Journal and read my article that was published here.


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