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Web 1.0 (1989-2005): also called the Static Web, was the first and most reliable internet in the 1990s despite only offering access to limited information with little to no user interaction. Simply put, it was like a one-way highway where content creation was done by a select few and information came mostly from directories.

Web 2.0 (2005-present): also called the Social Web, made the internet a lot more interactive thanks to advancements in web technologies like Javascript, HTML5, CSS3, etc., which enabled startups to build interactive web platforms such as YouTube, Facebook, etc. This paved the way for both social networks and user-generated content production.

Web 3.0 (now-future): Known as the Semantic Web, it is meant to “automatically” interface with systems, people and home devices. As such, content creation and decision-making processes involve both humans and machines. This enables the intelligent creation and distribution of highly-tailored content straight to every internet consumer.