The PC's Death Might Also Mean the Web's Demisefsagx writes "Keith Rabois thinks so, and he’s not alone. PayPal mafioso Rabois has a good tech track record. After his early involvement in PayPal, he helped bootstrap LinkedIn.
the web is just the long tail of apps that you haven't installed yet.
twitter will be for content. The web is going away because laptops and browsers are.
nobody is going to be using the web soon.
The gist of the argument is this: as app-happy mobile devices become the primary way we compute, the good old browser becomes irrelevant. The hyperlinked, free-flowing, egalitarian, and ubiquitous world wide web will fade away. We will still have the internet, but it won’t be the same wherever you use it. And some will have more power over it than others."
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