An position doc for the 2009 Web2.0 summit.
– more and more data comes from sensors instead of from users
– our conversation with the web is enhanced by sensor input (GPS, voice, context…)
– we do not need to wait for unique identifiers for a given domain: descriptive information is most of the times good enough
– realtime feedback loops will become more common
Note on privacy: "There is a race on right now to own the social graph. But we must ask whether this service is so fundamental that it needs to be open to all."
Funny how also Tim O'Reilly considers the social graph as data on itself, and not something that is context-sensitive (so no real "shadow" of the real world).