If you have never come across Newsweek magazine's "Why the Web Won't Be Nirvana", written in 1995, then you're in for a good chuckle. Still floating around on the Internet, this fine commentary on why the Internet "hype" is not all it's cracked up to be was the premature opinion of Clifford Stoll. He, unfortunately, will never see the end of the regurgitated online circulation of his words. The very fact that Stoll's Internet predictions from 1995 live online today is probably the most amusing point that contradicts his predictions.
Clifford Stoll was best known for his investigative work that led to the capture of a relentless hacker attempting to breach US military files in 1986. This ...............