If you use the Tags when you post here at WPW you will note that web 2.0 and web 3.0 tags are an automatic option here. Today I found this:
Web 2.0 and Beyond: Principles and Technologies
book written by Paul Anderson
Paul Anderson is a writer and technology forecaster for Intelligent Content Ltd. and was recently technical editor for JISC TechWatch, a horizon scanning service for UK universities. A graduate in computer science from the University of Leeds, he has worked for more than 25 years in industry and academia as a software developer, technology transfer officer, and technology futures specialist. He has also written extensively for a range of education, trade, and current affairs publications and was awarded the EPSRC's Computer Science Writer of the Year prize in 2007.
In addition if you book search for web 2.0 on Amazon you get some hits.
Web 3.0 - The Semantic Web: High-impact Strategies - What You Need to Know: Definitions, Adoptions, Impact, Benefits, Maturity, Vendors
is a book about Web 3.0 - The semantic web ...
I have tagged this thread with web 2.0, web 3.0, web 4.0, web 5.0, web 6.0. It is too early to know the future, but some claim that it is just around the corner.
book search on Amazon gives more hits than you would ever imagine.
Learning to Use the World Wide Web 4.0
most probably have 4.0 in the title for other reasons. The book was published in June 1998. Other results for web 4.0 give none serious results in my opinion. Other members may mean the the whole
is a misnomer (not sure if that is the correct term since my native language is Norwegian).
So my question is:
What will Web 4.0 and beyond be about?