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Next 20 Years road show ponders Internet's future

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By the year 2020, computer chips will cost a penny, cell phones will reside in tie clasps and people will surf the Web from their watches.These are a few of the predictions of New York author and physicist Michio Kaku, speaking at "The Next 20 Years," a traveling lecture and schmooze-fest sponsored by Ziff-Davis, Arthur Andersen Knowledge Enterprises and others. The tour kicked off at Chicago's Field Museum April 21 in front of a crowd of about 1,000.

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