Evolution of Web

 Surfing the Evolution: 

From Static Pages to a Decentralized Web

A Blast from the Past: Web 1.0

Web 1.0, launched in the 1990s, was the internet's first act. Imagine a library of digital documents – text-heavy web pages with minimal graphics. Users couldn't create content or interact much, but Web 1.0 laid the groundwork for the dynamic and social web we experience today.

The Web We Know (Web 2.0)

Web 2.0 is the internet you know today. It's all about connecting and sharing. You create content, like videos on YouTube or posts on Facebook, and these platforms manage it all.

The Power of Many (Web 2.0)

 Web 2.0 thrives on user-generated content. We create the videos, write the blogs, and post the pictures. But big tech companies control our data and content, deciding what gets seen and how.

Enter Web 3.0: The Decentralized Dream

Web 3.0 is a vision for a future internet where users are in control. No more big tech gatekeepers! Blockchain technology and decentralized applications (DApps) aim to give users ownership of their data and online experiences.

           Web 3.0:  A World of Possibilities

Web 3.0 promises a more open and secure internet. Imagine a web where you control your data, AI tailors your experience, and the possibilities for creativity and connection are endless!

The Future Unfolds

Web 3.0 is still under development. There are challenges to overcome, but the potential is huge. Buckle up, and get ready for a whole new way to experience the web!