Bill Caraher's postings on Web 2.0 and archaeology provides a useful overview of how blogging is being used for our discipline. Only last week I was interviewed about changes in e-learning over the last 15 years and it struck me how far things have moved. I remember writing a review article, ‘Archaeology on the World Wide Web’, Antiquity 69 (1995), 626-30, that gave a snapshot of some of the (then) best sites. We have come a long way in those 12 years.
What would we like to see in Web 3.0?