I wonder what Labor Day would be when that time comes--when everything is done by robots. Would they call it Robot Day in honor of machines? And would government also follow suit--employing robots instead of human employees? To some, this seems absurd, if not impossible. But I can easily envision it. What humans then would primarily do is earn a livelihood selling stuff on the Internet. No more human labor, so the logical thing to do is do a business.
You may do business offline, but a large majority of humanity will just be staying home. No point in going to your place of business physically to open it because everything will be automated. When someone wants to buy anything, he simply searches the Net and pays online. The product is sorted out and packaged by robots and delivered by the same. So business people will just stay home and manage everything by remote operation--mainly online.
I can see that by that time, owning websites and blog sites will be costly and there won't be any free sites offered anymore. Sites will become more like real estate. If you want to put up a business, you need to own a site online. So as early as now, you need to start shopping for domain names and hosting. Prepare your posterity for that time when Labor Day turns into Robot Day.
Well, probably there would still be use for a human work force--those who'd be employed online as web content providers--writing article contents and designing pages, developing web tools, accessories and apps. I don't know if robots could some day be able to write or design unique web contents. For now, they cannot do things independently or create things from their imagination. Only human writers and artists can do that--I hope.