Kevin Kelly: Predicting the next 5,000 days of the web

My brain hurts after watching this incredible lecture “Predicting the next 5000 days of the web” by Kevin Kelly (of Cool Tools) from the EG 2007 conference. The web is seriously only 5,000 days old. It’s changed our world forever. What’s to come in the next 5,000 days?!!!

“There is only One machine.
The web is its OS.
All screens look into the One.
No bits will live outside the web.
To share is to gain.
Let the One read it.
The One is us.”

All very very true, but still,my head hurts but I love it! Now go watch this video!!!!

via TEDtalks

3 Responses to “Kevin Kelly: Predicting the next 5,000 days of the web”

  1. stina Says:

    Thanks for a great blog! I’m a frequent visitor and especially enjoy the interesting TED talk videos and other videos you post (like the Firefox Ubiquity video). I sometimes write on http://www.interactiondesign.se blog which is the Interaction Design blog from the students and alumni of UmeÃ¥ Institute of Design.

  2. carrie Says:

    I saw this talk…although it was interesting, I didn’t think it was anything that I couldn’t have, guessed, and or predicted…

  3. tango! Says:

    stina… welcome.. thanks for checking in on my random late night blog 😉
    If your a constant writer maybe you can post some interaction stories on designverb. just let me know. I’ve added your blog to my feeds 😉
    _tango!

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