Let me ask some provocative questions:
1) Who is *we*?
2) Do "we" want universal access to our cultural heritage? There are a lot of cultures ranging from the Amish to Wall Street investment bankers that would be horrified at the thought of universal access to their cultural heritage. How do we negotiate this, and when does "access to culture" conflict with "privacy"?
3) What's all of this going to look like 300 years from now?
4) What are some of the power issues? I can look at you, but you can't look at me.
Roadrunner 20:32, 27 July 2006 (UTC)