I will start this post, extending a fraternal greeting to all users of this wonderful platform, wishing them success in each of their future publications, this time I want to share with you insights and reflections on the evolution of Web 3.0 in the creation and promotion of content, and interaction between users.
For any researcher, the most significant element of their scientific work is linked to the act of writing, communicating and disseminating new knowledge, traditionally submitting their manuscripts to arbitration processes in prestigious scientific journals that serve as a means of dissemination, as well as people who love to write about philosophy, history, among other topics of social interest.
Fig. 2 The physical magazines, have been the tools or means of conventional dissemination. Image of public domain, Author: Stocksnap, 2015
However, growing technological advances have created alternative mechanisms to the internal Web 3.0 platforms, which allow intellectual contributions through the use of blogs, and combine the creation and promotion of content through interaction between users, an aspect of scientific relevance if we consider this fact, where the author can directly defend certain academic manuscript, accept their critical review and final approval by users who value this type of content.
Those of us who are dedicated to university teaching, extension and research have internalized that the socialization of academic information is the maximum scientific achievement, and that the means for its dissemination are the key tools for crystallizing this undertaking. In this understanding, the Web 3.0 platforms, in my opinion, serve as a means of dissemination to make academic contributions in flexible language, an element that in the future can stimulate the creation of new content within these types of platforms.
Fig. 3 The technological devices, represent the means to access the Web 3.0 and to be able to carry out the socialization of content. Image of public domain, Author: Free-P, 2016
Although the writing and publication of academic articles is a scientific task that requires training, time and dedication, the result of which represents an event of individual satisfaction, however, in this type of Web 3.0 platforms there are communities like @Project.HOPE, which have another perspective where the interaction between content creators prevails.
This type of interaction with users from different educational areas is an element that, in principle, allows us to increase our knowledge in an integral manner, and at the same time create emotional links that consolidate the human nature of each author, an action that does not occur in conventional publication media.
BIBLIOGRAPHICAL REFERENCES CONSULTED:
 González E., Malmusi D., Camprubí L., and Borrell C. The Role of Dissemination as a Fundamental Part of a Research Project: Lessons Learned from SOPHIE. International Journal of Health Services. 2016; 47: 2. Article: Online access
 Rajiv., and Lal M. Web 3.0 in Education & Research. 2010. Article: Online access
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