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Wired Editor in Chief Chris Anderson is catching flak for the magazine’s current cover story , which declares that the Web is dead. I’m not sure what the controversy is.
The web browser was just another application five years ago. A useful app, no doubt, but it played second fiddle to operating systems and productivity software.
This post is Part Two of my State of the Internet Operating System . If you haven’t read Part One , you should do so before reading this piece.
I’ve been talking for years about “ the internet operating system “, but I realized I’ve never written an extended post to define what I think it is, where it is going, and the choices we face.
During a panel at Web 2.0 Expo , someone asked if the panelists saw any signs that suggest mobile operating system fragmentation might decrease.
Is The Web dead?