The web is a series of interconnected computer networks that use hypertext to navigate between pages. It’s a concept that has been around since the early 1980s.

But it wasn’t until the 1990s that we began seeing more interactive websites.

In this article, we’ll explore what each version of the internet looks like and the difference between web 1.0 web 2.0, and web 3.0

What Is Web 1

Web 1.0 is a text web that was all about the written word. There were no videos or images, so everything you saw on your screen was text. In fact, most of what you would see on the Internet back then was just people posting their opinions on things, a lot of them with strong opinions.

Web 2.0 is much more interactive than 1st edition; it’s like television for your computer screen (or smartphone). It’s all about visuals and interactivity. You get to do things with your mouse (or touch).

You can move around in 3 dimensions instead of just looking at static images from above or below you like before with 1st edition technology.

How Is Web 2.0 Different From Web 1.0

Web 2.0 is the next step in the evolution of web technology, and it’s all about visual storytelling. It’s not just that you can now add images to your blog post but you can use them to tell stories more effectively than ever before.

Web 2.0 is more interactive than its predecessor because it allows users to interact with each other through social networking sites such as Twitter or Facebook (which have over a billion users).

This type of interaction creates a sense of community among people who share interests or ideas; it also makes them feel welcome if they’re new to the community or if they don’t know anyone else there yet.

What Is Web 3.0

Web 3.0 refers to the Interaction Engine which is how computers will talk to each other and with people in the near future  and what they’ll be able to do (maybe) i.e. social media and real-time translation

The web is becoming more interactive, personalized, and immersive.

With this new paradigm comes an even greater need for people who can navigate these changes and help shape the future of technology.

How Web 3.0 is Different from Web 2.0 and web 1.0

Web3 is different from web2 and web1 in a number of ways. It has a more decentralized architecture, with data at the center of it.

This means that developers can build apps on top of any blockchain they want, and not just Ethereum or Bitcoin’s blockchains. The codebase is also open source, which means you don’t have to pay fees for using it.

Web3 will also be interoperable with other blockchains but unlike the other two networks mentioned above (which are closed systems).

Anyone can connect their own chain or network with Web3 without having to go through an intermediary like Coinbase or Bitfinex first.

This opens up entirely new markets as well as opportunities for businesses who want access outside traditional financial institutions such as banks but don’t necessarily want anything too complex yet still need some sort of infrastructure around them.”