The Web was conceived without voice being a part of it. If Web 2.0 was about transcending place, enabling us to become more interactive and social online through text and images, Web 3.0 will be about enriching conversation through the human voice.
However, Web technologies like WebRTC or VoIP are neither necessary nor sufficient to achieve this. These merely let machines hear and view, but they cannot listen or see. Making voice have meaning to machines can only be fully achieved through hypervoice.
Hypervoice is that missing link between voice and hypermedia. It is the foundation for voice to transcend the legacy patterns of telephony. Hypervoice sets the stage for Web 3.0, where humans can finally talk in their native tongue on the Web.