There is something missing in our apps. The apps feel inhumane, lifeless, a cardboard imitation of our reality. Our apps need to be more human, to use more of our senses, to have that little spray of delight to remind you that it was made for people and was made by people, not just strings of ones and zeros served by a machine in an underground server farm across the ocean.
We can't predict the future, but we can extrapolate some of it. Tech giants have unveiled their vision of the future. Some seem optimistic, a few far-fetched, and others are just plain virtual dystopian. However, there is a vision out there that rarely gets the spotlight.
The web as we know it is changing, it's turning from being static, single-player, and centralized to being immersive, multi-player, and decentralized.
My journey with the interwebs.