The Internet Is Losing Its Baby Teeth

Back in 2010, Chris Anderson, editor of Wired magazine, wrote an article called: “The Web Is Dead.” He argued that the future of the Internet and connectivity wasn’t in the World Wide Web, but in a fragmented collection of many different platforms — people consuming content via mobile devices, native apps and other means outside of a traditional web browser. While Anderson’s sensational claim raised a lot of eyebrows and sparked enormous debate, I wasn’t sure what to make of his prediction at the time. Four years later, we have a little more perspective. Continue reading “The Internet Is Losing Its Baby Teeth”