20th Anniversary Edition Commentary on Chapter 4: The New Technology: Say You Want a Revolution
THE INTERNET HAS developed through several periods: The first (early and mid–1990s) was the creation of the website, where the Internet was a platform for the presentation of content. As foreshadowed in The Digital Economy, by the late 1990s it had become a transactional platform for e-commerce. Then 2002 brought the crash of the dot-coms and “the dark period”—where business executives, investors, and the media (and readers of books) wanted nothing to do with the Internet. All this changed around 2005 with the rise of the mobile Internet, brought to us first by companies such as Qualcomm and BlackBerry and then by Apple and later Samsung, as hundreds ...
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