Via the International Herald Tribune, a long and interesting article about where Sir Tim Berners-Lee wants the Web to go: A 'more revolutionary' Web. Excerpt:
Just when the ideas behind "Web 2.0" are starting to enter into the mainstream, the mass of brains behind the World Wide Web is introducing pieces of what may end up being called Web 3.0.
"Twenty years from now, we'll look back and say this was the embryonic period," said Tim Berners-Lee, 50, who established the programming language of the Web in 1989 with colleagues at CERN, the European science institute.
Very much worth reading.