The Internet has been around for about ten years now. Predictions as to how the Internet would change our lives (or destroy humanity) varied. Some of them have come true, some haven’t, and along the way, all kinds of new and cool uses were discovered. (Think blogging, RSS feeds, Google’s satellite maps and so on.)
So how do we use the Internet now? Stanford University has published "Ten Years After the Birth of the Internet, How Do Americans Use the Internet in Their Daily Lives." (PDF)
It’s an interesting read.