Web 1.0


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Web 1.0

A general reference to the World Wide Web during its first few years of operation. The term is mostly used to contrast the earlier days of the Web before blogs, wikis, social networking sites and Web-based applications became commonplace. See Web 2.0.
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The first research questions asked whether individualism and collectivism are associated with Web 1.
Structured information has to do with the way information is "marked up," and markup technologies such as XML (Extensible Markup Language) which differs from its Web 1.
Users have attached a very high degree of importance to the efficiency concept in website service design using Web 1.
0"--when many people still hadn't fully grasped the implications of Web 1.
The difference in experience is like comparing a map based on satellite imaging and live 3D rendering which you can smoothly scroll, pan, and zoom, against older static web 1.
Some of those new services can consequently offer new the first entrants almost unbeatable positions, like eBay's leadership of auctions or MSN's for instant messaging (except in the USA) in Web 1.
The web can be regarded as a giant distributed software application and it too is in transition from what the digirati are calling Web 1.
We began trying to tease out the principles that are demonstrated in one way or another by the success stories of web 1.
Through our analysis of SMB DigitalScape data, we've come to understand that most small-business websites are stuck at a web 1.
0 is only a technical evolution of the current web and, as such, it is changing nothing, yet it is giving rise to important modifications including the creation of new services, modifications to business models, new behaviour patterns on the part of internet users and the sheer scale of these modifications constitutes a revolution of the legal certainties acquired under Web 1.