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    There’s the Web, then there’s Web 2.0, but what’s going to be Web 3.0? The next leap forward will be managing information. Even with Google’s pr… Read More
    There’s the Web, then there’s Web 2.0, but what’s going to be Web 3.0? The next leap forward will be managing information. Even with Google’s prioritizing results there are still thousands of returned links that we’ll never see. People now need summaries of the summaries of the information they collect just to make sense of it all. What if we had something to help us, to intelligently make decisions about what go into those summaries and make it easier for web surfers to find what they’re looking for? That’s where Autonomous Dynamic HTML comes into play. The idea is that as a person navigates through a website, it learns about their preferences, prioritizing and de-prioritizing links and information according to their displayed preferences. The longer they surf, the more accurate the targeting of the menus and data becomes. And aside from a single random-number tracking cookie, it works completely anonymously. Here you can see a flowchart demonstrating the original proof-of-concept website that used train travel as the subject matter. Read Less
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A flowchart for the navigation of my Masters Project demo website.