A post from 2009 talks about my Grandmother and the pillar of trust that is so necessary as we move to become digital citizens. Her story is an inspiration to me every day.
I was reminded of this line, credited to my Grandmother Margit, when I spent a very interesting day last week at the Web 3.0 conference. So many smart people talking about how smart the Web will become. I was overwhelmed at how little I really know about semantic technologies and data architectures.
But despite my infantile level understanding of these emerging technologies, I was struck by the seeming gap in all the talk. Nowhere could I find anyone talking much about how to make the next web more human by being more trusted. Trust is the glue that holds society together in the real world and it should be the same in the web world too. But in the conference, you would be hard pressed to hear more than a passing homage to the idea of trust vis-à-vis the next gen web.
My Grandmother’s expression popped into my head probably…
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