New Year’s Day is always a time for reflection, especially when the new year ends in a 0. This morning I tweeted some tech thoughts I have on the 2010’s. I’ll follow up with blog posts dedicated to some of these topics. In the mean time, here are some of my first tweets for the new decade.
- The 2000’s: From Y2K to the geo-social-mobile web.
- The 2000’s and 2010’s: Search engine showdowns. Browser showdowns.
- The 2010’s: Fight of the Operating Systems!
- Open Source OS’s or S.O.S.?
- The 2010’s: Rapid churn: in devices, in OS’s, in services, …
- The 2010’s: Innovation in devices and devices+services. The emergence of the Client Cloud.
- The 2010’s: Devices get more senses. And services learn to use them.
- The emergence of client-cloud experiences: 2009: Mobile apps improve mobile web experiences. The 2010’s: PC apps improve PC web experiences.
- 2010: Apps or browsers? In mobile? On PCs?
- The 2010’s: Great strides in user experiences.
- 2009-2010: From notebooks to netbooks. 2010-2011: From netbooks to notebooks.
- The 2010’s: The rise of the platforms.
- 2010: The year that many will realize that they are better as a platform.
- The 2010’s: Better off as a platform: Twitter, Facebook, Foursquare, Microsoft, Google, …
- The 2010’s: Social capabilities are built into the fabric of the internet.
- The social web: 2008: Finding your old friends. 2009: Meeting new friends & followers. 2010: Converting your followers into friends.
- The 2010’s: Immersive multimedia experiences… for entertainment and communication.
Well, that’s my tweetburst for this New Year’s morning. I’d love to hear your thoughts. Which do you think are most interesting? Which do you agree/disagree with? What would you add to the list?
Happy New Year and Happy New Decade!