It should come as no surprise that Mozilla - creator of Firefox and its never-ending list of add-ons and browsing personalization features - is looking to reshape the Web experience for everyone. And the release of Ubiquity 0.1 is nothing short of a glimpse into a revolution. If indeed this takes off, it will change the overall Web experience forever. It inolves using real language to do what you want - not just find what you want - communicating more efficiently and calling on the power of the Internet as a whole, not just using parts at a time. And as Mozilla has always been about opening up to the desires of the Internet community, there's no stopping the possibilities. Much has been made about the Semantic Web, and Ubiquity gives us a look at what that really means - letting users define the Web as they consume it.
See the video below for a brief look into what's possible. Then visit Mozilla Labs to get started and get a tutorial. As the name suggests, it's a step towards a more ubiquitous Web. Or, a step towards a true Web 3.0.