Where do you see Web 2.0 going, or to put it different way, what would Web 3.0 l

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Well certainly JavaScript and standard browser technologies (as opposed, say, to Flex2) are here to stay, particularly for sites that are more page-like, where there is a lot of content that you’re just really laying out for the user. Now, for sites that are more like applications, things that might traditionally have been done in a desktop client are going to move toward Flex, because it’s so much easier if you don’t have to worry about browser incompatibility, and frankly it’s just plain faster, particularly if you’re comparing it to Internet Explorer running JavaScript. There are a couple of things that might serve to mitigate an all-out migration to Flex, though — for example, if browser JavaScript engines were to get really fast and really soon, or if more standards compliance were to happen. However, for applications you’re designing right now, you’d want to take a good hard look at Flex, especially with Flex becoming open source.