Giant Global Graph

Giant Global Graph is a name coined by the inventor of the World Wide Web, Tim Berners-Lee in 2007, to help distinguish between the nature and significance of the content on the existing World Wide Web, and that of the next-generation web, or “Web 3.0”. In common usage, World Wide Web refers primarily to a web of discrete information objects readable by human beings, with functional linkages provided between them by human-created Hyperlinks.