John Heilemann wrote an article for PC Magazine a few weeks ago describing some of the things that might become part of our world in the next thirty years. It’s always dangerous to predict the future, but his central point is well taken and already starting to be felt. The next wave will not be about computers, but rather about what can be accomplished with ubiquitous computing power. It reads like science fiction, but you’ll end up with a head start on some fascinating things coming at us.

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