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October 25, 2008

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Interesting information. This starts to get into the whole web 3.0 thing I think. The idea of the Semantic Web...according to many authorities the web is taking a turn for the better in that people want real, usable information that is easily found and searched.

Google seems to be at the forefront of this as well as others involving social networking and other social aspects of the internet.

It's no longer just about getting information though...it's about being able to interact with it in some way.

It's wrong to say that Tim Berners-Lee invented the internet, because DARPA actually did that in 1969 with ARPANET.

We can say he invented the www if you like - just not the internet. A lot of people contributed to that like Larry Roberts, Vint Cerf and Bob Kahn, Radia Perlman...

@CJ thanks for commenting. I made a slight mistake, Mike explained the Tim Berner's Lee created the world wide web, not the internet - as you said that was created by DARPA. I've fixed the above to reflect that!

Thank you :)

Interesting information about the new search engines. Google is the best search engine.
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