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Heyar Brian writes the Computing Science column for American Scientist the bimonthly magazine of Sigma Xi the Scientific Research Society In years past he has written similar columns for Scientific American for Computer Language and for The Sciences He has also been an editor of science magazines He was with Scientific American from 1972 until 1984 and with American Scientist from 1990 through 1992 The Internet is moving from a relatively passive publishing medium to a truly interactive application deployment platform It will clearly continue to grow at a fast pace as more and more businesses and individuals discover its power A new Internet account is added every two minutes Whilst there is no guarantee that the businesses connecting to the Net will make it big it is obvious that those which dont will be left behind But one thing is certain The Internet is dynamic will sustain high growth rates and will serve as the platform for international commerce well into the foreseeable future Today the Internet is a highly effective tool for communicating for gathering information and for cooperation between dispersed locations There is continuous development and improvement The growing list of applications serves as testament to this advertising communication shopping banking to name just a few Many businesses are discovering new ways to reach their customers new ways to improve efficiency new products and services to sell The future is limited only by our imagination The Internet needs content In the next 10 years somebody will figure out how to charge for information on the Net so we wont get things necessarily for free That will have several good effects including a way to pay authors for their work And because of the economic incentive it will become easier to filter out the good from the bad The Web is like a library
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