The Future of the Internet is the Web application!

March 2, 2001 10:25 AM   Subscribe

The Future of the Internet is the Web application!
From the USATODAY story:
The Internet will be less about going to big sites like Yahoo and and more about using specialized pieces of software that connect to the Net. Two current examples: Napster and the Miller Lite Beer Pager.
Wow, the future is now!
posted by rschram (6 comments total)
ML Beer pager? Wow, that's, like, so 1999.
posted by Hackworth at 11:05 AM on March 2, 2001

No, the future is w o w .
posted by sonofsamiam at 11:06 AM on March 2, 2001

I'd say that these are awfully conservative predictions at best, synching my travel site arrangements with my calendar. That's innovation? That's the tip of the iceberg!

What this article meant to say, but didn't (at least in so many words) is that the web is going to be ubiquitous. Or, as I've heard someone say: everything that can be, will be.
posted by igloo at 11:32 AM on March 2, 2001

Or is that, whatever will be will be.....the future's not ours to see, que sera, sera....
posted by briank at 11:43 AM on March 2, 2001

Is that the Miller Lite Beer Pager, or the Miller Lite Beer pager? Because, you know, I'm on a GDI Resources diet.
posted by dhartung at 11:54 AM on March 2, 2001

We are inventing the future. And Matt H made MF!
kinda cool.
posted by greyscale at 7:33 PM on March 2, 2001

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