The Internet Will Get a Whole Lot Better
The Internet is already pretty amazing; but it's nowhere near perfect. In many ways, it's almost disturbingly immature.
Last week, Google veteran Matt Cutts suggested that encrypted sites should rank higher in Google's world-leading search rankings. Doing so would not just shake up the search advertising game, but would also make secure web traffic nearly ubiquitous overnight. Elsewhere, Google is also working on encrypting your entire Gmail experience on a whole new level -- maybe even making it impossible for Big G to tailor advertising to your personal profile.
And that's just the beginning. In the video below, Foolish technology specialist Anders Bylund explains just some of the many ways that the Internet will grow up in the next few years.
It's time to get excited about this newfangled network...
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