THE NEXT 5000 DAYS (by kevin kelly)
Kevin Kelly, an editor and writer (studied in class) borned in 1952 and living at the moment in California, shows us at this EG 2007 Conference, in Los Angeles, a speech about the Web, how it was formed, what are its components and how it is going to be in the next 5000 days.
In this speech he says that the Web is less than 5000 days old and that lots of things that we couldn’t imagine there were going to appear, have appeared thanks to the Web.
How is the Web going to be in the next 5000 days? Everything, as computers, self-phones, laptops…, is going to form a single global machine. The mos reliable machine ever. But this machine has some consecuences:
So the in the next 5000 days the Web is gonna be differente, is gonna be smarter, more personalized and more ubiquitous.
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