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“Web 3.0” may be subjected to the same techno-spin as “Web 2.0”, but unlike its often-abused predecessor this term is allied with an official World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) initiative known as the “Semantic Web”. In a nutshell, the Semantic Web is about two things:
Common standards and formats for the integration and combination of data drawn from diverse sources.
A language for recording how data relates to real world objects that allows either a person or a machine to start off in one context, and then move through many other contexts connected simply by relevance.