At the beginning of the 21st century, information and communication technologies have become the key technologies of human development. However, many of us regard these technologies only from a “user” or “consumer” point of view. The real problems still remain to be solved in the future, and by future generations. In “[email protected]’s next?”, young authors fromm all parts of the world describe their views and perspectives on the future of information society. Their essays and project reports show the role of information technologies for our future development, and they discuss the most important alternatives that we have: Freedom of speech or total control? Globalisation or diversity? Commerce or content? Balance or inequality? “[email protected]’s next?” provides fresh ideas on how to shape the future information society.