Some think the next generation of the Internet, i.e., Web 3.0, has not progressed as fast as originally predicted. Is this delay caused by lack of technology or lack of business ventures? I think we can all agree that business models and marketing within the Web 3.0 environment will need snazzy, dramatic changes to be received by the new culture and technology. The openness of the web and the dynamic semantic search capabilities have changed the landscape, and expectations.

Business Insider brought this view to our attention in their article, “Entrepreneurs Needed to Keep Web 3.0 From Fading.” Where are the attractive business models originating from smart, most likely young, entrepreneurs? Are they all busy Twittering? Most likely from their smart phone.

Melody K. Smith

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