The PC and the Web aren’t dying. As cultural forces, they’re more powerful, more inescapable than ever. What the PC and the Web are doing is maturing, the former exploding into a welter of slick consumer appliances, the latter contracting into a corporate-controlled menu of slick services. They’re both assuming what promise to be their stable forms.
(via Rough Type)
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I agree, and I like it this way. One thing, which is of great disappointment, is the security issue. Despite having all the tools available, the knowledge, we still find that security is or has not improved, but may have got worse. This will always shadow the success of the Internet and PC.
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