It’s easy to laugh now. A recent Wired magazine article on the Internet’s “10 years that changed the world” credits the statement to an ABC TV executive in 1989. But even 10 years ago, it’s likely that many people shared that view. Ten years ago, companies like Netscape had to explain what “browser” means; Yahoo! was more of a murmur than a shout; Amazon.com was mainly about books; and the two founders of Google were just your average Stanford students. In the blip of time since then, the Internet has revolutionized everyday life for millions of people around the world. Looking back over the last 10 years, the obvious question is: Where will the Internet take us in the future?
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