Web 1.0 – The internet of information 1990
In 1990 Jeff Bezos became the youngest VP in a New York Investment Bank D.E Shaw and Co. He was given the role of checking out the investment potentials of the internet. What he saw made him resign 4 years later to start up a visual bookstore on the internet. That was 28 years ago. Today, leveraging on that internet made him the richest man in the world.
In 1997 Elon Musk was admitted for graduate school to Stanford University in California, but he left after only two days because he felt that the Internet had much more potential to change society than work in physics. He founded a few online companies on his way to Paypal which he exited to found Tesla and SpaceX.
Web 2.0 – The internet of interaction 2000
Mark Zuckerberg was a second-year student when he developed a website that almost got him expelled – FaceMesh. After he recovered from this challenge he braced up to develop another website that was exclusively for Harvard. Facebook. This will go on to become the most successful social networking service. Making him become the youngest multi-billionaire in the world.
Web 3.0 – The internet of value (money) 2010
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