The Web is something we all use, to get information or to give information. While there are many ways to use it, the important thing is that we use it. Before Web 2.0 we had the internet experience without interaction. Once Web 2.0 came, we had the internet experience with more interaction. It became a community. It is argued that we are now in Web 3.0 era, where the internet experience is still a community, but it is more personal, more catered toward the user and its wants and preferences.
Whether we live in the era of Web 2.0 or 3.0 is not relevant. What is relevant is the fact that we are either staying behind or moving forward with the internet’s advancements.
How do you feel when your little brother or sister, son or daughter, can use a phone better than you can? How do you feel when someone gives you a relevant news and you had no idea that had happened?
If you are similar to how I am, you’d feel behind, like the train left you and not sure if another one will pass.
This is why it is important to do our best to stay ahead of the internet game, or at least stay with it. We might miss out on crucial information, crucial opportunities, if we do not pay attention to the internet’s growth.