said 1 year, 4 months ago:
I have bought into a thought the web is now in a state of transition. Windows is on the decline thanks to smartphones and tablets, Apps are becoming more prominent and will continue to do so, html5 will change the way we experience the web and will help standardize viewing and interacting on all platforms.
Google is down 40% from their search high in 2008 (that doesn’t mean their still not #1 today), as it’s easier than ever to get specifically what you want from other specialized resources. Their commoditization of the web may come to an end with html5 allowing for more creativity and on site interaction with other websites.
Here is an interesting video from TED’s with Tech Investor Roger McNamee that explains it in better detail. Not sure I agree with all of it as the outcomes can change tremendously. However, there is no debate we are in a transition.
I look forward to your opinions