How Web 3.0 Will Work?

Many are speculating about what exactly “Web 3.0″ will look like, but at this time their definitions vary greatly. This post is one idea, incorporating personalized search and the semantic web. What do you think?
When you use a search engine, you type particular keywords, but the engine is not able to truly understand your search. It looks for web pages that contain that word keywords of your search terms and gives the result according to that. It does not mean that every time search engine provides relevant information. Basically, it can only tell when the keyword appears on the web page.
Web 3.0 will be vastly different from today’s search experience. It does not find only keywords but understand your requests. As you search the web, the browser learns what you are interested in. The more you search on web, the more your browser learns about you and the less specific you will need to be with your question.
It would be possible that after some time you might be able to ask your browser open question like where should I go for holiday? Or where should I go for dinner? Your browser would checks its records of what you like and dislike and gives you an answer. In fact, many experts believe that Web 3.0 will act like a personal assistant. It makes your tasks easier and make your life quite easy, saving lots of time and energy.  It would be possible because Web 3.0 will be able to understand information on the internet.
Internet experts believe that with Web 3.0, every user will have a unique internet profile which based on their past browsing history. Web 3.0 will use this profile for giving relevant information for the user’s search. If different people search same keywords they might get different answer as per their profile. This is the way Web 3.0 will work.
Search engines always try to provide relevant information to the users but the browser of Web 3.0 is different. It has artificial intelligence that understands requirements of the users. Web 3.0 browser is able to read the web pages like a human and gives specific result. Web 3.0 covers all the information from the web, and we can say that it is the third generation of the World Wide Web.
At the end we can say that the last result would be more intelligent web. The web that can short information much more accurately and efficiently, resulting in an internet that creates artificial intelligence.
However, this version of Web 3.0 is so theoretical that it’s practically impossible to say how it will work.

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What is Web 3.0?

Search engine has some restrictions with the reorganization of keyword that you enter but search engines sometimes do not reply properly. Web 3.0 removes this hurdle and brings out the appropriate results for you. It presents supportive information for you with relevant keyword. Web3.0 captures like and dislikes of yours hence in future & will describe what is best for you? It means it works like a personal secretary. It prepares your task easy in day to day life.



Web 3.0 Features and Benefits

Well stored content saves users time and out to be relevant. Search of content develop into natural and conversational. Web3.0 count on backside changes data structure. Internet experts have marked web 3.0 a higher rank for the browsing experience. If diverse people look for same keywords they might obtain different answer as per their profile because of the past browser history of users. Web 3.0 is a next coevals browser practice delivers what you want, you will get. It produces an artificial intellect. It does not discover only keywords but appreciate your requirements. It’s a place of principles that revolve the Web into one big database.

Web 3.0 is a state where machines can study Web pages much as we humans interpret them. Web 3.0 has to perform with the rising esteem of mobile Internet devices and the combination of entertainment systems and the Web. Web 3.0 is a semantic web. The semantic web will educate the computer what the data means, and this will develop into artificial intelligence that can exploit that information.

Web 3.0 is a gyration in the chronicle of internet just thinks that a browser act as a human and you left all your reminders, wish and hate to a browser,  is your chum is really an immense next generation factor. Web 3.0′ is that foremost web sites are usable to be altered into web services – and will efficiently rendering their information to the world.

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Adjusted Bounce Rate In Google Analytics with this Code

We got amazing news for all Web Masters. Now Google allows to Adjust Bounce Rate of website through Code.
Have you ever wondered how many visitors really pay attention to your website before exiting the page? Have you wondered how many of those “bounced” visitors will remember where they’ve been in future? How many of them are totally useless, how many are not?

There is a way to track this!

“Bounce rate” in Google Analytics is one of the key metrics that helps to evaluate the quality of your traffic. “Bounce” happens when the visitor exited the website right from the landing page, without going to any other page. This is a great indication on how relevant the content was for the user and how engaged they were with your website.

While working perfect for most websites, there are categories of sites where this metric is not enough.

Imagine you’re promoting a blog post that describes all the benefits of your company. The visitor might read the whole post and remember your company and products really well - they might even go to search for your product on one of the search engines straight away. However, since the visitor only looked at 1 page (exactly where the blog post is) they will be recorded as bounced visitor.

Another example if you have a description of the product right on the landing page, and your phone number on the same page. The visitor might study the description and call straight away - again, they will be recorded as a bounced visitor, as only 1 page was viewed. There are many more examples, and even traditional websites may benefit from the method described below as opposed to the standard bounce rate.

There is a solution to this - something that we call “Adjusted bounce rate”. You implement a small tweak to your Google Analytics code, which executes an event when a user has spent over a certain amount of time on the webpage. Depending on the website, the time can range from 10 seconds to few minutes - you should decide for yourself the amount of time you consider the user to be sufficiently engaged with your website or product.

Once the event is executed, the visitor is no longer counted as “bounce,” even though no additional pageview is recorded. This will mean your bounce rate will show users who have not spent a required “minimal time” on your website - the ones who have really bounced. Here is a modification to the Google Analytics code that you need to make (on the example of the latest, asynchronous code):

<script type="text/javascript">
  var _gaq = _gaq || [];
  _gaq.push(['_setAccount', 'UA-XXXXXXX-1']);
  _gaq.push(['_trackPageview']);
  setTimeout("_gaq.push(['_trackEvent', '15_seconds', 'read'])",15000);
  (function() {
    var ga = document.createElement('script'); ga.type = 'text/javascript'; ga.async = true;
    ga.src = ('https:' == document.location.protocol ? 'https://ssl' : 'http://www') + '.google-analytics.com/ga.js';
    var s = document.getElementsByTagName('script')[0]; s.parentNode.insertBefore(ga, s);
  })();
</script>

The setTimeout function is the one that does the trick here, and you can set it up to whatever delay you wish (in this case, it is 15 seconds).

Moreover, since the event is created once 15 seconds lapse, you can define this event as a goal in Google Analytics, and even import this goal as a conversion to AdWords, provided the conditions are met.

We hope this small fix will allow you to track and understand the users’ behavior and quality of the traffic coming to your website more accurately, and make more informed decisions.

How to become visible from Google Penguin Penalty?


With all the pros and cons, a optimistic sign for SEO experts and website, you have a website you can leave Google Penguin If you work with data from an old link to your website. So I just share with you the process better and easier to exit the "Google Penalty Penguin"

Google Penguin has launched with a motive to lessen the web spam and notify SEO what Google want to accept from SEO. Google Penguin has damaged many sites and SEO are threatened, many white hate SEO now reform their analytic technique with arrival of Penguin. Penguin wants to clarify business owners to look at long term SEO gains instead of short-term SEO gains. Penguin shocked many word press site owners. It has affected 3.1% queries in search engine optimization. 

The all changes taken place in web industry due to security concern and of course everything exists on this world favor a white not a black at last. The update is a boon for unique white SEOs and a red eye for black hat SEO. All SEO who want to keep away from punishment some points should consider before placing anything on Google.
  • Ensure that the content is written unique and not spun; avoid unrelated keyword in the middle of content. Place Meta descriptions and vary your title on each page.
  • Avoid repeating keywords which makes your content pitiful and appear a worst impression also avoid Doorway pages.
  • Utilize some best site for your blog; add some video, image to your content. Always use of Social media to publish articles and press release.
  • Avoid low quality back links  avoid awful blog network which can be detected by Google Penguin.
  • Stay away from spam and do not hand out spam.
  • Always follow Google’s SEO guidelines and updates to save your site from downgrading.
  • Avoid sub domains, multiple pages, duplicate content also never create phishing, Trojans or malicious focused pages.

Finishing this discussion that Google Penguin telling that makes pages for visitors not for search engine or any ranking motive which will create a good relation and viewers also will satisfy and you will earn much traffic on your site with good quality content and following Google’s guidelines.

Google App Engine launched in Europe with SSL Encryption


Google’s app engine served in North America for the past four years. Now Google has launched app engine in Europe Union (EU). It is launched with a version 1.7 with premium accounts. It will help customers as well developers to process their site quickly. App Engine 1.7.0, developers can give out applications through HTTPS on custom domains. It presents both SNI and VIP based SSL. SNI permits multiple domains to allocate the same IP address while still allotting a separate certificate for each domain. VIP means a separate IP address for a developer with a single host name.

Google app engine v.1.7.0 is available $500 per month with a 99% up-time guarantee and can create maximum app on premier’s account. Google has also augmented the application dimension limit from 150MB to 1GB. With this launch of app engine developers have keen sight on better search, cross app namespace, SSL supports for custom domain, faster import and export of data, faster data storage and cloud SQL availability. Google app engine has speed up service that speeds up the loading ratio of web pages. Person can store longitude and latitude as a GeoPoint in a GeoField. The GeoPoint set permits you to make map locations searchable. You can search documents from GeoPoint.

The Best Accessories & Miscellaneous



Some of the coolest stuff you own doesn't fit into a broad, big box category. Here are some odds and ends that we love.  

The Best GadgetsBest Ice Cube Tray
No surprise here: OXO dominates kitchenware, and now it'll own your freezer. The OXO Good Grips tray doesn't have any fancy iron lever or pinch tabs—just an extremely sturdy plastic body and a cover that slides with ease. Really, do you want to have to think about the ice cube tray more than you think about the drink the ice is going into? OXO gets that, and our Bestmodo nod in turn. More » (July 2012)
The Best GadgetsBest Bike Lock
Despite its fat locking mechanism, the OnGuard Pitbull STD is a breeze to use. The lock clicks into a sturdy, secure mounting bracket that doesn't bounce around while you're riding. Hand tolls like hacksaws and bolt cutters won't do any damage to the lock, and even when we attacked it with an angle grinder it held up for a full two minutes. More » (July 2012)
The Best GadgetsBest Solar Charger
Gizmodo Editor Emeritus Brian Lam said the Joos Orange is the "best solar charger [he'd] ever tested." It's rugged, works in weak light and can charge an iPhone four times with just one full charge. (Jul 12, 2010)

The Best GadgetsBest Bluetooth Headset
The Jawbone Era already has downloadable voices ("You have...two hours... of talk time remaining") and runs lightweight apps. It doesn't take a lot of imagination to envision future apps that utilize the motion sensitivity. (Jan 20, 2011)

The Best GadgetsBest Cloud Storage Service
It's SugarSync—with a few caveats. SugarSync was the best confluence of price, ease of use, and features, but if you're looking for pure, sheer simplicity for sharing your sharables with the lovable luddites in your life, Dropbox might still be the better option. And if you're a total cheapass, maybe take a look at Google, or Microsoft's SkyDrive.

The Best GadgetsBest Mobile Internet
You already knew this, but here it is in writing: Verizon's LTE network is the country's fastest 4G service. LTE is just better. AT&T's nascent LTE service is plenty fast, but Verizon's MiFis, dongles and hotspots will serve you very, very well.


The Best GadgetsThe Best Wi-Fi Hotspot
Having fast internet almost anywhere is a wonderful thing. Because it's the best 4G/3G modem with Wi-Fi on the best network, we like the Verizon Jetpack 4620L. It's the successor to last year's favorite, and it's fixed some quirks while keeping its $50 price.

The Best GadgetsBest Online Music Streaming Service
Spotify's main draw over the competition—even more than the free access—is the ability to meld your local library with Spotify's streaming catalog. We'd note, though, that Rdio still has the superior mobile app.

The Best GadgetsBest Urban Winter Jacket
Brent didn't think he was going to like a jacket called the Mountain Hardware "Downtown Coat". It sounded pretentious and he didn't think it would hack it. Turned out to be love at first wearing. It's a thigh-length coat that provides ample booty-warmth. It has the Best. Pockets. Ever. Overall, this is definitely your winner. Grab-n'-go winter goodness.

The Best GadgetsBest Voice Command System
In terms of speed and accuracy, Google Voice Actions was ahead of Siri in almost all of our tests. Both have strengths and weaknesses, and both are handy convenience features. Siri has a little more colloquial chops and is more "fun," but Voice Search is ultimately a faster, more efficient tool.

The Best GadgetsBest Automatic Coffee Machine
The Bodum Bistro produced a slightly better cup of coffee than the competition every time and is by far the more personable machine. But it costs $250. Is the coffee $100 better than the Bonavita, when $150 is already a lot to ask people to pay for a coffee machine? Maybe, for something you'll use every day, if you're thinking about spending that much in the first place (like on a Keurig machine).

The Best GadgetsBest Stroller
The B.O.B. Ironman Jogging Stroller rolls like Curtis Mayfield circa 1972. It flies. Its ultralight frame and spin-happy hubs make for a delightfully easy ride.

The Best GadgetsBest Bluetooth Keyboard
The Microsoft Bluetooth Mobile Keyboard 6000 hit the sweet spot. First off, it's compatible with everything you can throw at it: OSX, Windows, Android devices, iOS devices, they all pair easily and you're good to go. They keys have great click to them. They're slightly stiffer than the Logitechs', but they're not at all hard to press. There's a very slight curve to the keyboard, making it gently ergonomic without alienating people who are used to a straight tray. (December, 2011)

The Best GadgetsBest Wireless Mouse
The Logitech Performance Mouse MX takes everything that's great about the Marathon Mouse-the same wonderful scroll wheel, the same smooth glide, similar (but better) thumb-buttons-and improves upon it. The laser it uses to track its position will even work on clear glass, which is crazy. It's also rechargeable. (December, 2011)

The Best GadgetsThe Best Minimal Running Shoe
If you want to try the minimalist running experience then you should buy the Merrell Barefoot Road Glove. They are absolutely the most comfortable minimalist shoes we've ever run in. At $110 bucks, they aren't the cheapest, but they are simply terrific shoes.

The Best BBQ Grill
You don't need an expensive, complex backyard grill to cook amazing food. You want a 22.5-inch Weber One-Touch Gold Charcoal Grill. It costs around $150 and will serve you well for years.

The Best Room Fan
If I wanted a fan to help keep my office or any other full-sized room cool this summer,we'd grab the $90 Vornado 660. As opposed to other dedicated floor fans, which come in either skinny tower form factors or ultra-wide industrial ones, the Vornado 660 has both a design and footprint that makes it suitable for use on a floor or a desk. More importantly, though, this fan moves some serious air.

The Best iPad Keyboard
If you have your heart set on buying a keyboard/case hybrid for your iPad, then we suggest buying the Logitech Ultrathin Keyboard Cover. It's the best of all the lousy keyboard cases out there. And it's inarguably better than trying to type with Apple's crappy on-screen keyboard.

The Best Home Theater and AV Gear

In the absence of the side-by-side benchmark comparisons when you find when shopping for computers, home theater gear can be particularly hard to get a handle on. Giz has your back.
The Best GadgetsBest Big Screen 3D HDTV
The Panasonic VT50 delivers unrivaled picture quality. Incredibly deep blacks stand up in bright rooms. The 96mHz refresh rate handles 1080P with minimal fast-motion blur and enough clarity to count the whiskers on Baumgarner's face in the post-game interview.

The Best GadgetsBest Budget TV
The well-loved Vizio's XVT3SV series is a cheapass's dream come true. Its matte screen especially drew high praise. (Dec 9, 2010)


The Best GadgetsBest Blu-ray Player
The LG BD570's key virtue is file compatiblity-you can use this thing pretty much like an HD media player, a full-fledged Apple TV killer. The PS3 still holds its own, though. (May 13, 2010)

The Best GadgetsBest Receiver
The Pioneer VSX-1020-K is controlled by your iPhone, and anyone who's slagged through their fair share of shitty AV receiver menus-whether on screen or on the receiver itself-knows what a boon it is to have a nice GUI in the palm of your hand. (Mar 4, 2010)
The Best GadgetsBest Game Console
The new Xbox 360 is smaller, has more ports, runs quieter and costs the same: $300. It has a 250GB hard drive and built-in 802.11n Wi-Fi. (Jun 14, 2010)


The Best GadgetsThe Best TV Streaming Box
Despite its ugly new interface, the Apple TV is still the best of its breed. But thanks to its newfound stellar video quality, it now straddles two categories-sure, it's the best streaming box, but it might actually give you a reason to avoid (or ditch) a Blu-ray player. (March 2012)

The Best GadgetsBest Affordable Amplifier
The Topping TP-30 is the best audiophile-worthy amplifier to be had for under $500.








The Best GadgetsBest All-in-One Home Entertainment
The home theater doesn't have to be a patchwork affair of gear you put together one layaway at a time. The LG LHB976 all-in-one does a downright enviable job, with solid speakers, a great user interface and an iPod dock.

The Best GadgetsBest MP3 Player
When Apple reshuffled the iPod lineup, the iPod Touch became something else. It's not the expensive, fancy iPod. Or the cheap, gimped iPhone anymore. It's the iPod.

The Best GadgetsBest iPod Dock
The Octiv 650 nails a near perfect harmony between sound quality, easiness, and price with a few unique features to boot. If speaker docks are unremarkable almost by definition, the Octiv 650 is a shooting star.






The Best GadgetsBest Speakers
Audioengine's been proving that you don't need to spend thousands of dollars on a good set of speakers for a while now. Their A5 speakers last year were our favorites, and the A5+s are a direct upgrade. They have an improved cabinet design, better thermal management, a remote control, and a bunch of other nice improvements.


The Best GadgetsThe Best Lightweight Portable Headphones
Every detail has been attended to on the Sennheiser PX 100-IIs. The headphones fold into a slim compact package. Their build is sturdy. Though the earphones are only lightly foamed, they're not the least bit irritating. The PX 100-II's deliver lovely, textured bass of the kind you'd expect from much more expensive headphones. But what's really impressive is that the PX 100-II sound full-bodied without losing a bit of detail from the music.

The Best GadgetsBest Headphones
We're finally recommending an official pick for cans, Bowers & Wilkins P5s—and they're a doozy. As our Joe Brown says, they are, in a word, "DOPE." (March 22, 2010)



The Best GadgetsBest Headphones for Running
Sennheiser PMX 680i Sports

The 680 Sports series from Sennheiser/Adidas simply give you the most boom for your buck, and by boom we mean bass. These pack some of the heaviest bass we've heard on earbuds, and they're loud, too.

The Best GadgetsBest Budget Headphones
With a closed-back, over-the-ear design, and a durable design that has some portability, the Sennheiser HD280 cans are the king of the budget earphone mountain. They're not the cheapest, or the smallest, or the best looking, but they strike the best balance between clarity and resolution and the ability to handle multiple genres of music old and new. (December, 2011)

The Best GadgetsBest Home Audio Streaming
We've added the dreamy Sonos system to our end of year list—read Brian's lifechanger-status writeup and you'll understand why. (Nov 26, 2010)

The Best GadgetsBest Portable Bluetooth Speaker
The Braven 625s is cheaper than the Jambox for basically identical sound quality, with better connectivity and battery life. Braven makes a less expensive, bare aluminum model 600-go for the 625s, but the rugged casing is worth it. More» (July 2012)

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