PEW, who does some of the best research on technology, released a new report in their series celebrating the 25th anniversary of the Internet. This report looks at Digital Life in 2025.
There is a lot of fascinating thoughts inside the report, which Pew organizes into "more hopeful" and "less hopeful" with about equal distribution.
The do talk about education in their "more hopeful" section - noting that the Internet should continue to generate efficiencies in the system.
The less hopeful one worth noting to me is that privacy may increasingly become something only the rich can enjoy. That's concerning, obviously.
Give the whole report a read when you get a chance and let me know some of your thoughts. Also, it is worth seeing who got the last word, by the way.