Information technology is still young. I am sure that we will witness some serious breakthroughs in the second decade of the 21st century, especially in the field of convergence, nano-technology and artificial intelligence.
I got my first PC in 1984. I wrote my first assembler based program in 1985 and by 1989 I owned three PC's and have trashed or sold five.
Since the early 90`s I have owned, or co-owned three IT companies, produced computer games and television shows, movies and video clips, designed systems in telecommunications, transportation and security and managed large-scale projects in public and private sectors in several countries, but I still feel like a child who receives his Christmas present when I test a new technology. I just have to lay hands on any new gizmo out there!
I am not a profound expert at anything but I most probably know a lot (or at least I know a person who does) about any field of Information Technology.