Last week in Santa Clara, forward-looking technologists and entrepreneurs came to Jupitermedia's Web 3.0 Conference and Expo and asked what Web 3.0 might look like. There were some good sessions and lively discussions exploring the pieces of the next generation of the Web. The talks fell into two categories: technology and trends.
The technology tracks looked at best practices around the data web as well as some interesting takes on query languages and the move away from SQL. There was also a panel on using semantic technologies in search. Yahoo's Tom Chi talked about Search Monkey, which uses structured data on the web to enhance search results.
Hank Williams one of the conference co-chairs, hosted a panel where we talked about Open and how Yahoo's Open Strategy applies to the web. Rather than rehash it all here, you can read what other people thought on Read Write Web's write up.
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