Hey guys, I am a die-hearted user of the internet and by extension, the word wide web. First there was the net, then the web, then we had blogs, now we have YouTube and social media. People don't even have to blog or do websites but I want to know: 1) Have blogs become more popular than regular websites or have we seen the era of blogging peak? Are blogs going to be outdone by regular web design with the emergence of html5 and php? 2) Have social media and havens like YouTube eradicated the need to read when they can just view audiovisual content? My YouTube channels have more subscribers and visitors daily than my blogs and my Twitter and Facebook have blown up. Have social media and places like these demeaned blogs in any way? Should I give up blogging and do reviews and comments on stuff on social media like Facebook instead? 3? Are users of the web lazier than they used to be and are sick of reading and just want to "see?" Can you get more out of videos than blogs? I know people have started to "vlog" but this is essentially YouTube videos on a blog so why blog in the first place anymore? Huffpost live do their shows online via videos where you subscribe and you just watch and read. Sure you want to be interactive but it's just videos now. Look at Duttyberry, he has transcended blogging/vlogging and is now doing acting. Do people need blogs anymore and are we just wasting our time blogging when we can just create websites or Facebook pages and use Twitter to express our views on TV shows or movies or Music? Hell, can't we just launch our own YouTube reviews and get info out plus link viewers to OneDrive or Google Drive to pics? 4? What is the next big thing or what do you think is the next big thing? It is websites (again)? Is it social media 2.0? How will we want to consume info and video and pics online? Will the world wide web be around in ten years and have the effect it has now. I have been a blogger for six years and a web page creator for fifteen years. What's going on? What's the next big thing that will last and have the effect that WordPress or html5 or Facebook or Twitter has? 5) I want to look ahead as i am tired of blogging. I want something new. I watch shows like Arrow and Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. which I blog about but I need to know if it is worth it to blog about them or do videos on YouTube, that is, if YouTube isn't declining. Twitter cant get the job done as it involves short messages and you cant tweet about movies and movies and TV shows and culture just by tweeting a review. You'll need more. How will we consume content and not just info in the next ten years or less? When is the next big thing coming or is it already here and just started emerging but not reached us yet, big time? 6) We saw how mp3s changed the world of music and how Napster caused iTunes to eventually emerge and now we buy music online when in 1998 we were buying CDs and DVDs. Email is kinda lame now as people text or IM on the go. Plus the cloud storage is going live. We can share info and synch stuff using the cloud. I know places like here in Jamaica is going to the cloud and I know places like libraries and large businesses plus public sector areas are moving towards the cloud. How will that affect the future of the internet, the web or otherwise?