That's been done -- see, e.g., Curl (not exactly a stellar success, after several years and investment rounds)
Let others argue whether Web 2.0 is running out of steam or whether Web 3.0 will be characterized by online companies opening their data in a structured way, turning Web sites into Web services. Let them argue over whether there's any point at all to these Web-point-whatever labels. Researchers at Stanford and elsewhere are asking a bigger question: What if we just junked the Net and started over?
Source: Good Morning Silicon Valley: 2.0, 3.0 ... at some point, we need a new Net
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