What would you do if the Internet came to life?
It’s the question posed by every internet user.
We all know that, like the Internet itself, the Internet is the most important invention in history, but the questions are whether it’s going to be good for us, and what we can do about it.
We’re still in the early days of its evolution, but its future is already brightening.
It’s time for the next generation to figure out how to keep it that way.
We spoke with four experts about the next frontier, and the biggest questions they want answered by the Internet.
What would it take for the Internet to be great?
Let’s start with the basics.
How big is the Internet?
The answer depends on your definition of “big.”
For instance, Wikipedia has over a billion pageviews a month, or about 10 times as many as the next most popular website, Reddit.
But the internet is bigger than that.
For the last decade, the US government has been trying to scale up its broadband network to handle much of the world’s internet traffic, including traffic from the World Wide Web, as well as traffic from applications like Google Maps and Twitter.
This effort has helped the US become the second-largest economy in the world.
But even as we see these benefits, there are still big questions about the future of the internet.
How will the internet be used for things like online shopping, news sharing, and sharing of movies and music?
How will people get access to content they want to share?
Will the internet work like a social network, or will it become something else entirely?
Will there be new ways of controlling how content is presented on the internet?
How big are we really talking about here?
One thing’s for sure: we’re not talking about the size of the entire Internet.
We are talking about how big it is and how we can handle it.
How large is the internet now?
At the beginning of this decade, Wikipedia’s daily traffic was less than 1,000 pageviews per day.
By 2013, the site had over a million pageviews.
Facebook has nearly 15 billion users and over 500 million monthly active users, and Netflix is more than two billion people.
But for all the traffic, the number of users in total is less than 50 million.
That’s still a huge number, but it’s shrinking fast.
In 2012, the average monthly internet traffic for the US was about 6.2 terabytes, or nearly 1.5 billion gigabytes.
That figure dropped to about 5 terabytes by 2017, and has dropped further since then.
Meanwhile, the size and bandwidth of the Internet continues to grow, even though the internet has slowed down a lot.
In 2016, there were more than 1 billion internet users in the United States.
By 2021, that number is expected to grow to 2.5 trillion.
But that number doesn’t tell the whole story.
The internet is a global system, so how does the internet scale across the globe?
The Internet has always had a network of servers.
It has long been the case that one country can’t keep up with all the other countries.
The US government and its partners built the world-wide internet backbone for the country of the people, but at the time, most of the infrastructure was based in Asia, Europe, and Latin America.
The United States is the world leader in internet infrastructure, but there are many other countries around the world, and many of those countries aren’t doing well.
For example, the internet infrastructure in India is a lot more fragile than in many other parts of the planet.
It relies on Chinese companies to operate their networks, and those Chinese companies often do not deliver as well or as quickly as they promised.
So it’s no surprise that internet infrastructure is slowing down.
But in recent years, a number of countries have been experimenting with new ways to build their own internet networks, like India, Brazil, and South Korea.
What are the biggest threats to the future?
In many ways, the answer to that question is simple.
The Internet’s speed and scale are a result of the evolution of technology.
It took a lot of people to create the technology that allowed us to run a browser and navigate the internet, and that means the internet can’t scale like the internet used to.
The speed of the web has increased dramatically in the last 10 years, and we’re going to see a lot less speed in the next 20 years.
The same is true for content delivery networks.
These companies provide networks that connect internet providers like AT&T and Verizon to websites, applications, and data.
The network allows these companies to deliver their services to consumers faster than they could ever deliver to websites.
The next generation of technology, however, is making the web more complex.
As people spend more time using mobile devices, their ability to deliver the kind of information that you see on websites is becoming more important.
This means that if you are going to buy something online