In March of 1989 when Tim Berners-Lee wrote the first online message that would eventually lead to the World Wide Web, it was similar to the first car leaving an inventor’s workshop. The highway system for cars started on horse and buggy trails and the Internet was born on switching networks designed for telephones. With roads turning into sophisticated highways Continue Reading
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Futurist Thomas Frey.
- Capacity – Data Transmission, Processing, & Storage
- Human Interfaces
- Privacy, Security, Trust, Ethics, & Standards