6 August marks the birth of World Wide Web exactly twenty years ago, when it became publicly accessible. The founder Tim Berners-Lee started the project for public-access by posting a short summary of the project on the alt.hypertext newsgroup giving birth to a new technology which changed the world.
We are currently in Web 2.0 era and the future of web has to offer lots more, if your question is "What the future of web holds ?" the answers is "Web 3.0". The new "Web 3.0" will be "Semantic Web" utilizing more metadata designed to be read by machines rather than humans. An intro video to the new futuristic semantic "Web 3.0" is available after the jump.