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Windows 7: The InterNext

14 Jan 2009   #1

The InterNext

What will replace the internet and the web? What happens to our music video clips and other video gems we get from across the web, whether trailers, etc? Will we be forced to go to youtube if we want to see videos? Will sites like youtube dominate? Will we the users be forced to create our own clips? The size of most video clips are so small meaning resolution so will they stand the test of time or will clips be a thing like cable where you order a movie and in this case a music video and after a while it gets deleted from your hard drive? Would you feel comfortable with that or do you want total control over your favourite content or have to stream, etc? Artists seems to be releasing new videos and singles every week now, Young Jeezy and Beyonce mostly and Lil' Wayne. The content of music is poor and is not selling as much as they used to. So people eat up an thing even if it is crap. Will we used brain driven computers where we have some VR equipment that we wear and we control our PCs from our minds? No keyboards or mice? What will succeed the internet? You give me feedback.

My System SpecsSystem Spec
14 Jan 2009   #2


I think you are in wrong section mate :S
My System SpecsSystem Spec

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