Today, the 31st anniversary of the establishment of the world wide web, founder Tim Berners Lee put forward three major issues on the web foundation website on March 12, 2017: personal data, rumor dissemination and political network advertising, and called for the establishment of an equal and open network environment. Founder Tim Berners Lee wrote an open letter to the public on the web foundation website on how the network should develop and how to strive for the well-being of all mankind.
In his open letter, Tim Berners Lee said: it has been 28 years since I first proposed the concept of “World Wide Web” on March 12, 1989. The network I envision is an open platform that can share information, obtain opportunities and work together no matter when, where, who and what cultural background. Although we still need to struggle to maintain the openness of the network, it can be said that in many aspects, the development of the network has realized my original vision. However, in the past 12 months, my concern about the development of the network has increased day by day. In order to enable the network to continue to contribute to the well-being of all mankind, we must solve the following three problems.
Personal data is out of control
Rumors spread too fast
Political network advertising should be transparent and easy to understand
Tim also said: we need more algorithm transparency to make people aware of how these decisions affect our lives, but some basic guidelines may be set later. These are very complex problems, and the solution will not be simple. But there are traces to follow. We and Internet companies must work together to reconcile compromises and let people control a certain amount of data control. In the next five-year strategy, these issues will be one of the objectives of our website. We will study these issues more deeply, find positive policy solutions, and unite all forces to promote equality and openness of the network.
I may have invented the world wide web, but everyone who is reading this article has personally shaped what the network looks like today. Once, each of us participated in the network construction, but now it’s time to build an ideal network for each of us. If you want to participate, please join our mailing list to support us and other relevant organizations.
The appeal of Tim Berners Lee, the founder of the world wide web, warns the world that it is urgent to establish a fair, open and transparent network. All these are exactly the mission that pinework is carrying out.
Today’s World Wide Web, like BTC, is moving out of control. The transparent and opaque, while the non transparent private data is running naked in the network. Monopoly has become synonymous with the Internet, and BTC is also moving towards disguised centralization. BTC’s encryption revolution makes people afraid to approach, shuts out most people, and strangles most of the people who come in. Behind the appearance of decentralization is extreme centralization manipulation. Freedom without legal and moral constraints is indulgence and naked robbery. This is killing, not revolution.
Some people are deceiving the public, others are deceiving themselves and others. The development of human society is a process of cognitive awakening. When some problems become social universal problems, most people will wake up and the voice of change will become stronger and stronger. The end of caterpillars is the rebirth of butterflies. It is a disaster and a rebirth to clean up the dirt and muddy water. On the eve of change, do you choose to wait and see, head-on or retreat?
I wrote an article three months ago, which was criticized and ridiculed at that time. Today, everything is coming true one by one. Pinework is building a new network transmission protocol. Web3.0 is a blockchain World Wide Web that conforms to the ideal of Tim Berners Lee, the father of the world wide web.
Here we need to trace the history of the information network. Today, we owe all the network behaviors on mobile phones and computers to the credit of the world wide web, which is based on the Internet (Internet), and the Internet began with ARPANET.
ARPANET: in October 1968, the advanced planning agency of the U.S. Department of defense signed a contract with BBN company to develop a network suitable for computer communication, collectively referred to as the advanced planning agency network of the Department of defense, hereinafter referred to as ARPANET.
Internet: in 1969, on the basis of ARPANET, the United States formulated an agreement to connect four major computers from four universities in the southwest of the United States, including the University of California, Los Angeles, Stanford University Research Institute, the University of California and the University of Utah.
World Wide Web: the full name is World Wide Web
The first communication: on December 25, 1990, on this ordinary day, the extraordinary world wide web, promoted by Tim Berners Lee, enabled Robert Cario to successfully realize the first communication between HTTP proxy and server through the Internet at CERN (European Nuclear Research Organization).
WWW is the abbreviation of the world wide web
The first website: on August 6, 1991, the world’s first website was born in the hands of Tim Berners Lee. It explains what the world wide web is, how to use a web browser and how to build a web server. Later, he listed other websites in this website, so it is also the first World Wide Web Directory in the world.
The nth contribution: the organizational structure of the world wide web is very simple. The most important point of Tim Berners Lee is to combine them to maximize their effectiveness. His greatest contribution in his life is to actively provide his “golden ideas” to the world without charging any patent fees. In 2003, the World Wide Web Alliance decided that all technologies proposed by the alliance are free and can be easily used by everyone.
History of Web Development
Web 1.0: you can see from a distance, but you can’t play with it
Before social media and video streaming, there was a version of the Internet! If we are in the 1.0 era, you can only see the profiles of some enterprises and various products on the website. What you do is only retrieval and readability, as shown in the Netscape browser below. It is web 1.0. It started in the 1990s, before Google. The Internet in the web 1.0 era was once dominated by Altavista and Netscape.
In Web 1.0 at that time, the website was “static” and “read-only network”. The existence of the web was just to display advertisements. This means that people can only search for information and read. Today, many e-commerce websites are still web 1.0 in nature, because the concept behind it is very simple, showing products to consumers and collecting money from interested consumers. These websites often respond quickly and experience smoothly, but the degree of user interaction is minimized.
Web 2.0: dynamic interaction pervasive
The concept of Web 2.0 was created by Dale Dougherty, vice president of O’Reilly media in about 2003. Today, Web 2.0 has become popular all over the world. In just over a decade, it has completely redefined global marketing and business operations. And has strong social interaction attributes. The main goal of Web 2.0 is to make the Internet more democratic and accessible to users as much as possible.
Web 2.0 makes social interaction and online economy shine. It is a “dynamic” read-write network. Now, users can not only access content, but also create their own content and upload it to the website. Anyone can easily share information. Just like this article, it can be published by the author and displayed to others through the platform, or consulted, commented or shared. The concept of Web2.0 pays more attention to the interaction of users. Users are not only browsers, but also content manufacturers. In terms of mode, they have a simple “read” to “write” and common construction and development.
However, Web2.0 also brings three major problems described in Tim Berners Lee’s open letter.
Web 3.0: an imminent end out of control
The famous future scientist Kevin Kelly has a book called out of control. As early as the early 1990s, he foresaw the arrival of the Web 2.0 era and predicted the development trend of decentralized Internet.
When we buy things or brush our voice on Taobao tiktok, we will recommend you to your website based on your search and browsing interests. Every time you open a website, it may be the content or goods you are interested in. How can they know what you want? The website is learning from us. The website itself has the ability of independent learning and becomes more intelligent.
From the perspective of product information service, the website itself is learning and becoming more intelligent in order to provide a more personalized experience, but in essence, this is out of control of user data.
Tim Berners Lee, the inventor of the world wide web, responded: “we are not talking with Facebook and Google about whether to introduce complete changes and completely change all business models overnight. We are not asking for their consent. ” The essence of the Internet is information processing and communication, but the monopoly of large companies such as Facebook has endangered the whole Internet. When the pioneers of the invention of the web realized the crisis, the Internet revolution has become a foregone conclusion, and the end of out of control is imminent.
Tim no longer likes Facebook and Google
Web 3.0 adopts new protocols and new storage networks, allowing new applications to provide new information to users in new ways. In this way, the state of out of control will be ended and freedom will return to normal. It is a highly transparent and fair distributed network. Everyone can participate without worrying about losing privacy and security. With the development of technology around us, the transition from Web 2.0 to Web 3.0 is obvious.
Blockchain, artificial intelligence, big data and other technologies will enable us to easily provide more and safer network experiences than ever before. The blockchain distributed storage technology was born, which not only solves the problems of data storage capacity, security and privacy, but also achieves the permanent preservation of data, so that all data in the world can be returned home!
Juan Bennett, computer master of Stanford University, founder of interstellar network IPFs, said: “I think the decentralized network movement, blockchain movement and linkeddata movement are all part of Web 3.0.
Web 3.0 has four main properties:
This is a term coined by Tim Berners Lee for a data network that can be processed by machines. He initially expressed his view of the semantic web as follows: “I dream of the network [Computer] Be able to analyze all data on the network – content, links and transactions between people and computers. This requires the emergence of the semantic web. But when the semantic web comes, the daily trade mechanism, bureaucracy and our daily life will be handled by interaction with machines. The “intelligent agent” that people have been talking about for many years will eventually be realized.
Shaping machines and human emotions, or replacing humans with machines, artificial intelligence can learn how to separate good from bad and provide us with reliable data. Artificial intelligence relies on machine learning, which requires basic data. People and machines, machines and machines, data and people will be intelligently connected.
Blockchain technology is the backbone of Web3.0 network. It is a technical scheme that does not rely on a third party and stores, verifies, transmits and communicates network data through its own distributed nodes. The most essential feature of blockchain is decentralization, that is, there is no central control, and each node realizes information self verification, transmission and management. At the same time, the blockchain is open, the information of the whole system is highly transparent, the information transmission is anonymous, and the system does not rely on other third parties, which is safe and trusted.
Popularization and Application
Popularity means that app applications are everywhere and used by most people. Web 2.0 already has this capability. However, Web 3.0 requires applications to be decentralized and secure. Slowly reach the level of DAPP’s large-scale application and move forward steadily.
Web 2.0 is a front-end revolution, while Web 3.0 is a back-end revolution. Web3.0 is a set of protocols guided by the blockchain, which aims to reconstruct the connection mode of the Internet at the back end and combine the logic of the Internet with the logic of the computer. Blockchain is a distributed world computer, which is the next important step in the development of computer and Internet. It is the new driving force and growth force of the Internet, and its space is at least ten times or even a hundred times.
Web 3.0 can overcome most of the problems in today’s Internet development, and it is also Tim Berners Lee’s ideal future world.
1,Antitrust and privacy protection
5,Public blockchain network
Web 3.0 needs to implement decentralized social networks; Decentralized transactions; Decentralized message communication; Decentralized storage; Decentralized insurance and banking; Decentralized finance; Decentralized streaming (video and music); Decentralized browser; Distributed search, etc. These pinetworks are in layout.
In PI browser, DAPP, domain name and new network transport protocol are redefined. The transformation from HTTP and HTTPS to pi is the transformation from Web2.0 to 3.0. A Web3.0 era of data exchange, comprehensive co construction, value sharing, everyone centered, equal power and interconnection of all things is coming to us. PI is not a project, but the beginning of an era.
I have repeatedly stressed that pinework is an all-round and ecological layout, and all industries can redo it more efficiently and at low cost. It has been pregnant for more than three years. From concept to app launch, to today’s 25 million active pioneers, hundreds of millions of registrations and tens of thousands of DAPP ecological proposal development, it has been laid out for at least seven or eight years. It can be seen that Nicholas’s pattern is so big and patient that people can reach it. His pattern is destined to subvert the whole world.
The old and new are replaced, the trend wheels roll forward, destroy the withered and decadent, no one can stop, and the old things that do not conform to the times will eventually be eliminated. Few people embrace Web1.0. Web2.0 is surrounded by the world. Who will refuse Web3.0? The era of Web 3.0 has come. Embrace the trend or go against the trend. You can start standing in line.