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Eyes way shut [the future of the Internet, 2000-2010]

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Thomas, B. ; SPIE-The Int. Soc. for Opt. Eng., USA

In this article, I offer a vision of the Internet in the coming decade (2000-2010) from a ground-level perspective. Looking ahead, I've recently begun to see that for many of us, technology is subsiding as the obstacle. There's never a question any more of whether we “can” do something technically. Today's available toolbox allows for robust, production-grade systems-provided you have the right people to build and maintain them; which is exactly the issue: the largest bottleneck is no longer technology, but people

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Internet Computing, IEEE  (Volume:4 ,  Issue: 1 )