It is traditional to begin the New Year by assessing the old year, and by making predictions. I would like to honor this tradition by pointing to what I believe was a very important set of developments for bioinformatics in 2004, and predicting where these developments may lead us in the next few years. Those at the top of my list are related to the evolution of the Web.

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