Of course it will still be here. There will still be girls wondering if they're pregnant, people wondering if he/she likes me, and somebody will still want to know if they are pretty. The human race needs ask.com! :)
Probably, but the website may have revolutionized to the point where it has evolved to become an interactive software used specifically for the government in a world where the Internet has became an essential item that will carry on to continue the beneficial gains through helping us in the future.
I'm not sure if I see humanity even lasting another 100 years. Since the creation of the atom bomb only half a century ago, we've already had three near cases of nuclear war. Now, with every extremist and lunatic having access to nuclear, chemical and biological weapons, and our penchant for wanting to build AI constructs that would undoubtedly consider the human species to be likened to a virus on first assessment, we're as good as gone already. Maybe whatever's left will take over and run Ask. ;)