If Mark Zuckerberg's ability to realise his dreams continues unabated, we will all be communicating via ESP before long.
"One day, I believe we'll be able to send full, rich thoughts to each other directly using technology," the 31-year-old Facebook chief executive told a public Q&A forum this week.
The comment had a mixed reception. Many detractors scoffed but others tipped a future direction for the company.
At the very least, the quip was emblematic of the company's boundless ambition.
Over the past decade, Facebook has ceased to be just a "social network", adding and honing a never-ending array of features to make itself indispensable to users.
In January, the company expanded beyond the social sphere and officially entered the workplace, launching Facebook at Work, a stripped-back version designed for internal staff use.