New Internet?

@trose7 (247)
United States
June 6, 2009 12:45am CST
Do you think there will be a new revolution of internet like Web 2.0 was?
3 responses
@MrEvil (42)
• United States
6 Jun 09
Of course. 'Web 2.0' isn't necessarily a version, but an evolutionary step. A progression. As we get smarter, and more technologies are developed, our online experience will continue progressing and evolving. As a web designer, I look forward to it. It always makes me happy to see some new technique, language, or concept to make all of this more fun and interactive.
@trose7 (247)
• United States
6 Jun 09
What do you think this new progression will look like?
@trose7 (247)
• United States
7 Jun 09
Thanks, I'll look that up.
@echomonster (2227)
• Greenwood, Mississippi
8 Jun 09
I'm sure the Internet will keep evolving, but I don't know quite what form it will take. It'll be a lot of fun finding out. Maybe before too long we'll truly live in an "on-demand" world thanks to the Net. Imagine being able to watch any sports matchup ever recorded whenever you wanted -- it could be a basketball game from twenty years ago or a tennis match newly completed. Imagine the same thing for TV and movies. We're getting there slowly, but I bet Internet users of the future will have much more choice than we have now.
@trose7 (247)
• United States
8 Jun 09
That would be cool! I bet one day we won't even have computers anymore. In hundreds of years I think you will have a chip in your head that stores all of the information you'll ever need, giving us a super human in intelligence. Then humans will have artificial strength and slowly become more robot then animal.
@Bazerk (297)
• New Zealand
6 Jun 09
I reckon there will be but maybe not for a long time.