See, this is where I'd be really feeling particularly concerned and critical about the state of humanity's interface with technology and never being able to switch off. We're seeing a generation of children who are given Youtube as a soothing tool from pre-toddler stages in their life, and bombarded with targeted advertising, overstimulation and expected instantaneity of anything they seek in life. Will be there be any space sacred and independent of the need to record, document, share and advertise? Don't misconstrue this as anti-capitalist. One of the points of web 3.0 is to decentralise this kind of internet polluted by big marketing - the idea of corporate designed and sponsored spaces goes against the spirit of a user-generated virtual space. I, for one, find the idea of such an intimately connected world being associated with a company known to abuse and violate the privacy and behaviours of their users, completely against the spirit of where the web should be going for the wellbeing of the connected world.