Saturday, May 24, 2003
Anticipating a post-Web, post-PC world: Kevin Werbach argues that the web is old hat and we need to look beyond it to the coming wave of new, interconnected technologies and concepts.
posted by James |
"The basics of the new today are that powerful digital devices are becoming pervasive and inexpensive; they're becoming commodities. Services are available networked across the Internet and use common software. The world is heterogeneous, complex and decentralized.
It may seem obvious but his emphasis on the need to take for granted so many of the extraordinary computing and telecommunications advances of the 1990s is a timely wake-up call which should snap us out of our dotcom day-dreams, back to the new emerging reality.