Who is behind web3?

Since then, it has become a general term for anything that has to do with the next generation of the Internet being a decentralized digital infrastructure, an hour ago, the founder and president of the web3 Foundation, Dr. Gavin Wood, discusses the spirit and vision behind Web 3.0 and proposes technology Web 3.0 Stack as a way to measure our progress. If you haven't been attracted by the growing hype of Web3, where have you been? I'm kidding. Mostly, only people argue about what exactly it is; what it will mean; and since technology has always been an industry populated by narcissists it will be king of everything.

The latter is also a joke, so relax. But, if, like most of us, you're still scratching your head over Web3, think of it as the next phase of the Internet after Web1 (broadly speaking, websites and browsers) and Web2 (which encompasses apps, social networks, and mobile devices) which is supposed to be a more decentralized Internet running on blockchain, the technology that underpins things like cryptocurrency and NFTs, or non-fungible tokens, that are all the rage. If it works as you imagine, Web3 will bring more power to the hands of creators and away from mega-corporations like Google, Facebook and Amazon that have dominated the current iteration of the Internet. But if you want to go deeper, I recommend this September Twitter thread from Andreessen Horowitz partner Chris Dixon (note, however, that his firm has heaps of cryptocurrency investments and will potentially benefit from the widespread adoption of Web3).

However, I decided to launch myself on the pyre, launching a tweet yesterday that I knew would explode. It contains language that is not suitable for a family newspaper, so visit the link, but the essence is the idea that Web3's advertising machine is being driven by, say, the most brother of the tech bros. Evernote co-founder Phil Libin and C, E, O of Glitch. The danger is that all cultural norms are being set by the greatest old guard opportunists, and their top priority is to avoid responsibility that only comes belatedly to the latest generation of platforms now, Dash wrote.

I don't eat frozen foods, and I couldn't expect to program an oven, even if I wanted to. But Web3 and I, well, that's another story altogether. And finally, they have finally found a solution to the excessive hum caused by the crosswinds on the Golden Gate Bridge. It's been driving San Franciscans crazy.

According to The San Francisco Chronicle, a solution has been reached to attach “U-shaped aluminum clips containing a thin rubber sleeve to the 12,000 vertical slats on the railings. The newspaper said the rubber would absorb vibrations to dampen the whistle. Therefore, we must go beyond this. But unfortunately, Web 2.0 still exists in this very centralized model.

Tim Ludecke
Tim Ludecke

Subtly charming webaholic. Lifelong music maven. Total twitter expert. Professional beer maven. Certified bacon geek. Total internet lover.

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