Google in 20 Years

Very probably true.

 

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5 Responses to Google in 20 Years

  1. Iddet says:

    Ah – finally an inkling of what computers really should be doing. After all, Star Trek already told us this was what they were good for. Real stuff, not just boring old number crunching.

  2. blaze says:

    I wish I could ring my wallet sometimes… or this would help.

    Quick question though, do you think we’d be using windows xp in 20 years? Haha

  3. meromo says:

    I lost 2 wallets in 2 weeks last year, so yep, this would have been damn handy…

    And with the speed Microsoft is moving with Longhorn/Vista, I’m sure in 20 years we’ll be using XP Service Pack 192 at work, and Vista will be “due for release next year”… 🙂

  4. Iddet says:

    Given that Windows XP was published in 2001 and we are still waiting (or not waiting, depending on what OS you’re rabid about) for Longhorn, its conceivable there will be only three more versions of Windoze in the next twenty years … which might not be a bad thing. Its about time the whole industry slowed down a little, methinks. Perhaps if everybody spent a little more time on making something that really works properly, instead of something that just works marginally better than the competition … and before you get too high on your apple munching horse – ftf.

  5. blaze says:

    Funny you should say that, I just made a post about Beta’s and slowing down development of your software:

    http://blaze.wordpress.com/2006/03/14/your-beta-better-be-brilliant/

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