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Bound for there to be some big crashing around given that, like most things, a prolonged period of only thinking out things one quarter at a time and not a whit towards not only history as it stands and as currently in the making----but the future proper.
The tech continues to shift in directions more favorable to Indies and just outright smaller outfits. The global dynamics are shifting in terms of brain drains and the like aside from economics that may well result in "new" areas, with untrodden perspectives, like India to supplement the usual suspects for countries of origin.
Things are primed to become rather more interesting in this still very young niche of human culture and endeavor, but there remains much still to be done alongside tricky bits to solve. Also, like many pursuits, it is a bit of a crapshoot in terms of external factors being perfectly capable of a grand derail that could lead us to some "lost years".
We've yet to really "utterly dwarf' the big ideas of the 80's and 90's in my estimation----with the tech finally reaching a place where that is no longer a case of reach exceeding grasp. How much more interesting will it be then, when the ideas of the new milennium reach the forefront...
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