Internet Poll Results: Why People Will Still Use the Internet in 2030
In a recent poll conducted by Serious Insights Principal Analyst Daniel W. Rasmus titled, “Why People Will Still Use the Internet in 2030,” Rasmus indicated that the Internet would continue to find wide and broad adoption, though growth might slow due to climate, economic and social concerns. Nearly 10% of respondents reported that their appliances had gone all Internet of Things on them and were hogging their bandwidth. Most people, when realizing I wasn’t with Pew or NPR, refused to answer my questions.
Nonetheless, respondents where asked, “Why will you use the Internet in 2030?” The statistically valid sample from a bunch of Internet users on a recent random Tuesday offered these ten insights.
- Queuing up online for Hilary Clinton’s limited enrollment MOOC, “How to Reformat Your E-mail Server, Ditch Your Baggage and Become President of the United States.”
- To Like stuff on whatever replaces Facebook.
- To do whatever people do on whatever replaces Twitter.
- Watch people swim around Disney World on Meerkat’s Orlando Swim Cam.
- To watch season 4 of the acclaimed Netflix series House of Cards starring Kevin Spacey.
- Buy tickets for the Rolling Stones tour. which tied with Sign up for Obamacare to avoid the $1M penalty.
- Follow the debate on California’s Religious Freedom Restoration Act following a court challenge by The Church of Scientology on the use of the term “inalienable.”
- To see super skinny bikini photos of 54 year old Tara Reid.
- Watch video of a guy jumping the White House fence while holding a cute puppy in 3-D via Oculus Rift.
- To make sure I don’t miss The Singularity.