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The Future Of Computing Technologies and The Internet

It's the 26th of September 2001, and I'm thinking about the future of the internet. Buzz-words are flying thick and fast, none of them mean much, and few of the new up-and-coming technologies will survive.

The future:
More and more ways are being invented every day to get almost any device to access the internet and read html. WAP browsing, disabled browsing. Everybody and Everything is going to join the wired world.
The problem is that all browsers render HTML in different ways. Anyone trying to create a new method of accessing the internet is going to try to interpret the most common form of HTML on the internet, and this is where standards may grind to a halt. In short, here's a list the flashy wizzy things on the internet and my expectancy of their survival: