TCP/IP protocol co-inventor Robert Kahn remarks of "the evolution of the Internet as similar to that of electricity. First, technologies emerged that replaced services and products. Then new concepts were introduced." Kahn goes onto explain that it's time for new Internet ideas to come forth, comments on his disappointment in the little use of the Internet for education, the extensiveness of Internet porn, and the tide of email spam. He also predicts that wireless will have a great impact on the Internet and promises that the Internet "will exist for a long time and morph in ways that are now unimaginable."
From The Washington Post.