Why the Next 10 Years of #WorldInternetDay Will Smash the Last 10

The Internet Exploded http://www.theinternetday.com/

In 2010, Google assessed the size of all information put away on the web to be about 5 million Terabytes, or, in other words, more than would fit on a billion standard DVDs. Let’s play at looking ten years into the future.

2006, 2010
First tweet, first Instagram image

2005 was the year Star Wars Episode III hit theatres, about the time that Windows Vista was most consistently testing Microsoft users’ patience and the time that Facebook was fast-movingly showing its potential.

Also, World Internet Day, founded October 29, 2005, saw two meteoric success stories in the last ten years or so:  Twitter and Instagram.

Web Milestones That Changed Technology

Mark Twain Predicts the Internet in 1898: Read His Sci-Fi Crime Story, “From The ‘London Times’ in 1904” http://www.openculture.com/2014/11/mark-twain-predicts-the-internet-in-1898-read-his-sci-fi-crime-story-from-the-london-times-in-1904.html When the Paris contract discharged the telelectroscope to open use, and before long, associated the telephonic frameworks. The improved ‘boundless separation’ phone presented the day by day doings of the globe to everyone.

That sounds like online networking.

I’d future-cast the Internet to become like a mold of science fiction stories, taking account that, while the use of “premium” websites will become more expensive, it is on account of the deeds of Ajit Pai, who is convinced that the demise of net neutrality is in the world’s best interests. Losing net neutrality was a Big Tech failure in 2019.  I can imagine individuals creeping into toll-use web stations making available premium websites in exchange for more money than what might be on your phone.

Ten years is plenty long enough for cryptocurrency to become legal tender, and Facebook has begun its internal decisions for public use how to protect people from a repeat of the Russian agents pushing people’s decisions about ongoing US politics.  Also in the next years, the Internet of Things could well become a standard that the rich enjoy while the poor sneer. Generation Z have begun to enter the workforce, but may not remember when the Facebook algorithm hadn’t yet meant, for business pages, like ours for Maple Lawn, that organic reach for the typical business owner on Facebook would plummet very low https://tinyurl.com/stonnrk

Do you need a refrigerator that tells you what’s inside before you open the door? Some people would desire that; for others it might not be necessary.

#WorldInternetDay
World Internet Day

Competition in a free market is most fair if every member of such a world has only to pay the same for all Internet services, as doing business on the Internet may be a short-term solution to employment trouble or otherwise a set of tools to turn a business strategy into a realized dream.

While Russia saw to it that Facebook manipulated democracy in America in 2016, for the sake of fairness, each individual ought to have the same Internet use, rather than an Internet plan that keeps important sections of pages on the web removed from the ability to read and participate with. Americans should press for the reinstatement of net neutrality laws, beginning with the few states like California that know the value of freedom and fairness.

Twice a week, typically, I tweet links to a few trending webpages.  My aim is to keep my hand in at research.  I would like a writing idea to work at while I handle everything else https://tinyurl.com/yx7ms929

Much obliged to you ahead of time for remarking, as well as “following.”  I appreciate the sense I get that good people come around who show appreciation.

The keyword “kindness” is part of the Facebook business page for the cemetery for which I assist in directing its care.  We handle the cemetery solemnly and we try to be effective, not shy of contemporary modes of business.

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