Facebook Obsolete in 10 Years?
In the future we won’t be relying on one sole company to host our online identities.
I recently wrote an article for a series called “Twelve Things That Will Be Obsolete in 10 Years” on the The Mark News.
In the near future, the notion of a single company holding your online identity, photos, and videos will seem quite strange and unnecessary. This, of course, is the monumental goal of Facebook. And they’ve had some success. Not long ago, it was unthinkable to use our real names on the internet, but Facebook has made this commonplace. However, by 2020, neither Facebook nor any other sole entity will be the exclusive host of our digital identities, our photos and videos, or information about our personal relationships.
Please visit The Mark News to read the entire article.