Rock bottom technology

Tick, tick, tick should be tech, tech, tech.

Although, how techy can we really become?

Aside from HUD implants in our eyes and chips in our brains, is technology at a plateau?

Mashable’s Todd Wasserman thinks so, at least for social networks. He argues that we’re now just refining what we have. There may never be another Facebook or Twitter-like revolutionary product, he writes.


I agree on some level, but refining is a process of development. At some point, a revision becomes so different from the original that it can be considered new.

No, Facebook and Twitter are not likely to be replaced. It’s hard to believe that revisions leading to new, better iterations could be considered a plateau, though.

Onward and upward.

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