Web30Journal.com is designed to be a one stop shop for all things Web 3.0. Web30Journal gathers news about the Web 3.0 revolution in real time in various categories like the semantic web, Cloud Computing, Virtualisation, HTML5, SAAS, Augmented Reality, Mobile Web and the Internet of Things.
Kailash Colony, New Delhi, India – July 7, 2010 (via PressReleasePivot.com) — Web30Journal.com is designed to be a one stop shop for all things Web 3.0. Web30Journal gathers news about the Web 3.0 revolution in real time in various categories like the semantic web, Cloud Computing, Virtualisation, HTML5, SAAS, Augmented Reality, Mobile Web and the Internet of Things.
The portal is designed for IT decision makers, Developers, Webmasters, Mobile Service Providers, System Architects, Technology/Web Enthusiasts and thought leaders in various industries like PR, Marketing and Media.
Web30Journal.com makes it very easy to track the progress of the Semantic Web, otherwise known as Web 3.0 (http://www.Web30Journal.com) or Automated Web or the Web of Data as conceived by Tim Berners-Lee and the adaptation of upcoming specifications of Web Ontology, SPARQL, RDF, OWL and other W3C specifications along with the gradual metamorphosis of Web 2.0 into its next avatar.
Web30journal works by collecting news from the most authoritative of sources, handpicked in each category which is then presented in a variety of ways including videos and images. The news portal is completely searchable and aims to build and maintain a traceable archive of news as the Semantic Web evolves. Moreover, the site also offers syndicated content in the form of RSS feeds for all categories including the search function. The site also has a section dedicated to the understanding of what web 3.0 means in the form of slideshows and video tutorials. Users can also subscribe to a daily news letter.
“We see people get more and more curious about the new developments in this field and are hungry for news about its progress and you also want to understand how to deal with it, adapt to it, maybe profit from it” says Girish Lakshminarayana, co-founder of the venture. “We will also be roping in some prominent figures in this field as guest editors, many of whom when contacted where happy to step in, have a look and also contribute.” feels Girish “We will also feature and encourage users to share live examples of how Web 3.0 is being adapted in their field of work”
As to the future, “You will see the portal itself become more and more semantically enabled by making sense of the massive amounts of news we receive every hour. After all, Web 3.0 is all about presenting data in varied formats which will be useful to the user and the site itself will showcase many new technologies and act as a playground for innovative ideas from our own technology team that is working in this space as well as from other teams and individuals” says Girish.