If we came back in 5 years, what would we be talking about?
Sara: I'm so excited for the keyboard to disappear and be replaced by voice activated technologies.
Julie: Privacy is still going to be an issue, but as younger kids get older, they're used to being more lax about privacy. It might take a turn.
Jack: We'll be talking about the same angst we have today -- "I can't find exactly what I want." It'll be faster and more accurate, but search is so big.
Bruce: Google has expanded into analytics, video, virtual networks, mobile. They're expanding into all these areas so that they're not an "only search" kind of a company.
Andrew: I like the idea of trust and peer networks helping you decide stuff. But having that integrated into our apps, for instance -- something universal.
Susan: Search will be ubiquitous. Everywhere you turn will be some element of search and on one will notice. Referred memory; we won't know stuff ourselves but we have Google and that's all we need.
Greg: In the immediate future, the biggest thing is going to be the complete integration of data streams. The concept of Google Wave will be the future.
Kristine: All media forms will be addressable, and we'll be looking at a much more complex view of attribution.
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