5.0 and so on, and if any are assigned their corresponding minor modifications. Now well, with respect to the emergence of the Internet, We can see two very clear moments in its evolution. Here it is important to bear in mind that these changes have not been strictly technological but also cultural, which demonstrates step technology is ultimately a cultural phenomenon since what remains, it is substantial to it, is that it is a resource, a tool, and the tools a community uses them to solve needs. So, returning to the idea of versions, the first moment or chapter of the Internet would call it Internet 1.0 and in which we named it Internet or Web 2.0. The irruption in anything distant from the era Web 3.0 future is in fact already raised, but that is a topic for another time.

In very simple terms what are the traits important for each one of these stages? In Web 1.0 web pages, sites, were more static. This means that information, or more importantly, the contents, it was not updated so rapidly and almost exclusively dependent on a webmaster to update it. Somehow the visitors to these pages had a more passive participation. They were rather than readers. There was no way to write comments or have immediate communication of back and forth with the site. There was only a guest book or a contact via email form. On very few occasions, and above all in its infancy, it could download any content, any information relevant to the visitor, it was more likely that he just saw. A feature that I think is very important is that it can be that the site could provide important information but there was probably no reason to return to elpuesto which almost did not change.

In Web 2.0 site is not an enclosed space.Information can get or download easily. It is a much more dynamic space. It is expected that new content always appear. A very important and powerful feature, from my point of view, is that the user is in control of their own information. Is based solely on the network. There are many controversial aspects of this issue because the border between the two on many occasions may not be very clear. It does not mean that the page 1.0 model has disappeared; on the contrary, in our days coexist both types. I want to emphasize what I think is relevant: the use that can be given. Speaking of the Web I don’t mean two geological eras of technology, but that our choices were expanded, and therefore our chances. In summary: we are talking about the Internet’s social networks of people with interests or needs in common, which are and interact in cyberspace somewhere. So that an entrepreneur who turn to this resource may leave to meet that community that are looking for it: that would be an entrepreneur 2.0. Original author and source of the article.