In The Future, Your Thoughts May Become Tweets

That's just one idea presented in Werner Herzog's new doc about the internet.
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Imagine it: In some not-so-distant future, instead of clicking a few buttons to push out your 140-character thought on Twitter, you can just think it up, and bam! There it will be!

It’s not impossible, according to a pair of gleeful technological futurists in “Lo and Behold, Reveries of the Connected World.” Werner Herzog’s documentary, which opens Friday, offers 10 conflicting perspectives on the pros and cons of the internet. The Huffington Post and its parent company, AOL, have a joint exclusive clip that outlines how much more linked to the World Wide Web we might become. Don’t say they didn’t warn you!

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