Predicting software’s next stage

The Internet was a meteor strike unleashing a myriad of possibilities; Open Source was a breath of fresh air; Mobile Devices began a great migration from the desktop and Web 2.0 brought everything to a more human level. We can debate the merits of each — the Internet was a cataclysmic event, whereas Web 2.0 seems more like a change in the weather — but taken as a whole they will shape the genetic blueprint for the successful applications of tomorrow, starting now.

Read the full article, Software Mutation: Predicting the Missing Link, at the Read/Write Web

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