Check out this fascinating book trailer for the new book The New Digital Age: Reshaping the Future of People, Nations, and Business by Google's Eric Schmidt and Jared Cohen. Created by the Draw Shop, it outlines just how Schmidt and Cohen see your world changing soon.
As a press release from the Draw Shop explains:
The greatest information and technology revolution in history will transform our world, for better and for worse, in the decades ahead. Five billion people are expected to come online during the next decade as information technology becomes even cheaper and more widely available. At the same time, virtual reality will become more commonplace and online identities will become less anonymous and more valuable.
What do you think? Will a massively larger internet mean more anonymity, or less? And will "commonplace" virtual reality be available to everyone, or just to people who can afford top-of-the-line hardware? How realistic do you think this vision of the future is?