From imbalanced creator economics and poor security, to centralized control and disgruntled communities, Web 2.0’s flaws have been on full display these past few months.
“The Ruin stirs, and the Five Realms rumble,” a now-archived web announcement read on Thursday morning. “You are cordially invited to join New York Times bestselling and award-winning authors Ma
Ethereum and the emergence of Web 3.0 paint a shifting picture -- an internet not just private, but open and transparent by default.
In the aftermath of the dot-com crash, a new era for the web began to take hold - a turning point whose seismic shift was hyped under the moniker "Web 2.0." The concept referred to the web becoming a
<img src="http://tctechcrunch.files.wordpress.com/2011/04/screen-shot-2011-04-14-at-4-53-37-pm.png" /> Last week, we invited big-thinkers Reid Hoffman and Tim O'Reilly into the TechCrunch Studios to t
<img src="http://tctechcrunch.files.wordpress.com/2011/04/screen-shot-2011-04-14-at-4-53-37-pm.png" /> It's time for the much-awaited part two of our sit down with Internet big-thinkers Reid Hoffman a
At first, the Web was simple. It was a world so full of static pages with useless information that a GIF of a dancing hamster or (god forbid) baby could turn into an overnight sensation. It was an era
Is Web 2.0 already on the way out? At a digital something or other conference in Seoul, Google’s CEO was asked what the company thought Web 3.0 will look like. After admitting that Web 2.0 is ju