This week's discussion about the debate between old and new media actually really made me think about where we'll be in the next 10 years. I mean you look back, as Johnson put it into perspective, at our "ecosystem" of journalism/media environment when the newspaper and magazines were our primary sources of information. So many people relied on the newspaper to be caught up with what was going on in the world. You compare that with modern day technology and the newspaper didn't even put a dent in what the World Wide Web begins to provide. It's endless--literally never ending. The Internet will never go away; such a monolithic advancement that it begs the question, "What's next?" What is really next? Don't we have it all already? Can't we "Google" anything to find an answer for everything? Even with other parts of technology, and I'll pick on Apple. As a consumer, what more would you really like to see your I-phone do? Make you dinner and tuck you in at night? Well there's about a million apps for recipes, and I'm sure there's another few hundred for bedtime stories. My tone in this post isn't upsetting or anything, it's just I don't really know what the future will hold in the next decade. I'm anxious to find out. How will greater advancements affect education? Will there even be a point to go to college in 20 years? Won't we be able to teach ourselves everything about anything?