Yet another attempt to define Web 3.0, this time as "system generated content." I'm not sure I buy it. "Web 3.0: system-generated content, where engines or agents will custom-assemble content for you based upon what's known about you, what context you're in, what content's available, etc." Well, yeah - but is that the 'next generation web' or merely an extension of what we already have? I'm not saying we won't have "system generated content" as described here - I've been getting it for years. It's just it's not the game-changer depicted here.