[Air-L] What will we see in 2020?

Hall, Richard H. rhall at mst.edu
Tue Jan 15 16:05:02 PST 2008


I just took the survey and would encourage others too. Not just because this
is is a worthy project, but many of the scenarios are interesting and
thought provoking.

Thanks, Janna for letting us know.

... Regards ... Richard


On 1/15/08 4:20 PM, "Janna Anderson" <andersj at elon.edu> wrote:

> 
> What will we see in 2020?
> 
> The latest "Future of the Internet" survey sponsored by Pew Internet is
> available to participate in online for the next several weeks.
> 
> It asks people to think about the impact generated through people's use of
> the tool we call the Internet. The survey presents interesting scenarios
> that are written to get people to react with their opinions about the
> future. There¹s no commitment involved ­ you can take a few minutes to look
> at the  survey site right now and then follow up by sharing your views if
> you'd like to do so. (Your answers will remain anonymous unless you
> specifically state you want to take credit for them.)
> 
> If you think the survey is worthwhile, please also share the address with
> any of your friends who are knowledgeable about the Internet.
> 
> The survey is located at:
> 
> http://www.psra.com/experts
> 
> If you have trouble with that address, try going to:
> 
> http://websurveyor.net/wsb.dll/WSGateway?surveyid=195410
> 
> This is the third such survey. To see how the data is diffused, you can see
> results from the two earlier studies at the following address:
> 
> http://www.elon.edu/e-web/predictions/expertsurveys/default.xhtml
> 
> Thanks very much for considering this.
> 
> Best regards,
> Janna Anderson on behalf of the Pew Internet Project
> 
> 
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Richard H. Hall
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Missouri S&T
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