Today, the World Wide Web turns 29. This year marks a milestone in the web’s history: for the first time, we will cross the tipping point when more than half of the world’s population will be online.
When I share this exciting news with people, I tend to get one of two concerned reactions:
1. How do we get the other half of the world connected?
2. Are we sure the rest of the world wants to connect to the web we have today?