With the recent marking of the 25th anniversary of the World Wide Web (although as my guest points out, the Internet has been around much longer), I had a chance to do a video chat via Google+ Hangout with Nathaniel Borenstein of Mimecast about the past and future of the Web.
While we may not get flying cars in 25 years, we may have self-driving robot cars all talking to each other via the Internet, or we may just be sitting around on a couch doing all of our communicating via virtual-reality headsets. Check out the video chat for more fun predictions and discussions about the shape of the future InterWebCloudNetwork (I’m going to trademark that name):
What do you think the Web will look like in 2039? Let me know in the comments.
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