Does Web 3.0 come after Web 2.0? Deconstructing theoretical assumptions through practice

目前互联网相关的研究深受互联网实践者的影响,特别是在互联网研究中也广为流传的web1.0、web2.0、web3.0的说法也是最先由工程师们提出来的。与此相关的状态是我们可以看到互联网的变革都是与那些互联网技术者们息息相关的,那么”我们“也就是非技术的普通人们是否推进了web1.0变成2.0进而变成3.0?如果推进了,我们又是如何推进的?作者发现,在某些情形中,积极分子的媒介使用习惯常常也会推动1.0向2.0或者向3.0的转变。因此,我们需要注意力集中在web平台内部之间的互动,而非1.0到2.0到3.0这样的延续变化。
Current internet research has been influenced by application developers and computer engineers who see the development of the Web as being divided into three different stages: Web 1.0, Web 2.0 and Web 3.0. This article will argue that this understanding – although important when analysing the political economy of the Web – can have serious limitations when applied to everyday contexts and the lived experience of technologies. Drawing from the context of the Italian student movement, we show that the division between Web 1.0, Web 2.0 and Web 3.0 is often deconstructed by activists’ media practices. Therefore, we highlight the importance of developing an approach that – by focusing on practice – draws attention to the interplay between Web platforms rather than their transition. This approach, we believe, is essential to the understanding of the complex relationship between Web developments, human negotiations and everyday social contexts.

原文标题:Does Web 3.0 come after Web 2.0? Deconstructing theoretical assumptions through practice
原文作者:Veronica Barassi

原文链接:http://nms.sagepub.com/content/e ... 45878.full.pdf+html

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