Friday, June 27, 2008

Web 2.0 upgrade , Wil you go for the Ride?

When I started my blogging I was not thinking about this terms but when I encountered Web 2.0 upgrade and one site claiming they are also coming up with Web 3 , I wondered what are these terms in relation to the whole internet eco-system.

From Wikipedia , Web 1.0 refers to the state of the World Wide Web, and website design style before the Web 2.0 craze, and included most websites in the period between 1994 and 2004. It is important to note that "Web 1.0" is a retronym. That is to say that it has been retroactively named only after the introduction of the term "Web 2.0", and has very loosely defined boundaries. For the most part websites were a strictly one-way published media, similar to the Gopher protocol that came before it.

Personal web pages were common in Web 1.0, consisting of mainly static pages hosted on free hosting services such as Geocities, nowadays dynamically generated blogs are more popular, often keeping real-time statistics and allowing for readers to comment on posts.

Design elements of a typical Web 1.0 website

  • Static pages instead of dynamically generated content

  • The use of Framesets

  • Proprietary HTML extensions such as the and tags introduced during the first browser war

  • Online Guestbooks

  • GIF buttons, typically 88x31 pixels promoting web browsers and other products[1]

  • HTML forms sent via Email - A once common method for submitting HTML forms was via email[2]. A user would fill in a form, and upon clicking submit their email client would attempt to send an email containing the form's details.

Again from Wikipedia , Web 2.0 is a term describing the trend in the use of World Wide Web technology and web design that aims to enhance creativity, information sharing, and, most notably, collaboration among users. These concepts have led to the development and evolution of web-based communities and hosted services, such as social-networking sites, wikis, blogs, and folksonomies. The term became notable after the first O'Reilly Media Web 2.0 conference in 2004.[2] [3] Although the term suggests a new version of the World Wide Web, it does not refer to an update to any technical specifications, but to changes in the ways software developers and end-users use the Web. According to Tim O'Reilly:

Technology overview

The sometimes complex and continually evolving technology infrastructure of Web 2.0 includes server-software, content-syndication, messaging-protocols, standards-oriented browsers with plugins and extensions, and various client-applications. The differing, yet complementary approaches of such elements provide Web 2.0 sites with information-storage, creation, and dissemination challenges and capabilities that go beyond what the public formerly expected in the environment of the so-called "Web 1.0".

Now the up and coming is Web 2.0 full internet upgrade ? They claim that Web.2.0 upgrade will change the Internet in 12 months..

This they say its just like BILL GATES back in the mid 70s talking about some crazy idea he wants to call Microsoft..

SIMPLY AMAZING! 30,000 people ha
ve joined in their first 30 days. And now they are numbering 100,000 + which only s tarted from last April which is only two months . And imagine if they will be launching this new Web 2.0 upgrade , it will really hit half a million members in only a few months, its really FANTASTIC .

You may hear this from a lot of start-up technology companies, though this team will give pretty substantial proof that they have the most potential to be the next Google by way of their INDUSTRY DEFINING technology and the proven team behind it.

The "idea" was a hit from the beginning. They have proven the acceptance to the masses with the recent launch of their user base pre-build site for people to sign-up for the software when released.



Web 2.0 -is a buzz-word that has become popular over the last couple of years due to the advent of social networking sites such as mySpace, youTube, flickr and more. The Internet has become fully interactive and the content is now user driven, though less than 5% of all websites online today are considered to have the Web 2.0 features and/or functionality.

Now, once you understand the next statement, you will fully grasp the potential of this company and concept and why so many people are raving about "them " becoming the next Google.

Their technology is NOT just another website
. Though their concepts are based on the Web 2.0 Social Networking trend, they are not just another social networking website concept. The technology they say is actually....(and read this closely) UPGRADES THE ENTIRE INTERNET, every website at a click of a button, to Web 2.0 standards and functionality - with the features that are so popular with sites like mySpace and other social networking websites. They say , when a user "Upgrades" their Internet to our Web 2.0 FULL Internet Upgrade, every website on the internet has FULL Web 2.0 interactivity, just like that of popular sites like mySpace.

The technology is being developed by a very reputable technology development team that is responsible for projects such as Skype, and has worked on key component systems for AOL, IBM, Intel, T-Mobil, Infospace and more, bringing a very respected reputation to the table for developing concept into fruition with scalable enterprise applications that work.

The business management, though never op
erating a "Google" sized company has past experience in business and operations management, new company start-ups, software and systems development and support, industry marketing and consulting for many top companies, including a managing member with a history of opening and operating call/customer support centers for Microsoft.

Our goal is to launch the free Web 2.0 FULL Internet Upgrade Beta Version tied into our "Pro" upgrade option on July 1st, 2008 to a te
am consisting of over 100,000 registered members awaiting the launch.

Our strategy is simple. Our goal is to build our user-base larger than any other Social Networking community online. Considering that youTube was purchased for $1.65 billion dollars and they are just a "website", and OUR technology actually upgrades EVERY website on the internet to Web 2.0 functionality at a click of a button, we are very confident that we will become a very attractive "property" within the next 24 to 36 months. We are not saying our company will fetch such a high ticket as youTube, but the potential is there, and even a portion of that would equate to a very rewarding return. What we are saying here is, we do have the potential to be the next BIG thing, and without reaching for such lofty claims, we will invest every ounce of our beings into making sure this project lives up to its full potential. And so, what comes of this will be received with much gratitude.

And here is a pic of their website ;

Latest about the Web 2.0 upgrade ;

NOTICE: We have been forced to stop taking pre-registrations and end the following contests early: Million Dollar Pool and 50K Advertising Blitz. All final results will be compiled after we do the final verification run of the membership and be posted on the LIVE Web2Upgrade site after July 1st.

We had to end the pre-registration due to outside server attacks and spoof spammers who do not want to see us launch on July 1st. In order to keep our pre-registration server live up to the point of switching over to our main technology server farm for Web2Upgrade, we have had to do an early termination of the pre-registration.

We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused and are looking forward to a very exciting launch on July 1, 2008

AMAZING , they are just starting on sign ups and preparation for the Launch and they are being attact , what is really this NEW DEVELOPMENTS , its amazing , ARE YOU GOING FOR A RIDE?

tags introduced during the first browser war
Online Guestbooks
GIF buttons, typically 88x31 pixels promoting web browsers and other products[1]
HTML forms sent via Email - A once common method for submitting HTML forms was via email[2]. A user would fill in a form, and upon clicking submit their email client would attempt to send an email containing the form's details.