This speaks for itself. Now imagine the lives of Americans who would have benefitted from some of this prosperity – not in the form of welfare, mind you – but in terms of jobs or affordable investment opportunity.
“Humanity is acquiring all the right technology for all the wrong reasons.” ~ R. Buckminster Fuller
The Next Web – Google +
“Given both Congress’s and the entertainment industry’s historically wobbly grasp of technology, I don’t think they should be the ones re-engineering the Internet. The rest of us might have to just hold our noses and learn enough about SOPA to school them in why it’s a bad idea.” ~ David Carr, NY Times
Over the years, I have read hundreds of license agreements, looking for little gotchas and clear descriptions of rights. But I have never, ever seen a legal document like the one Apple has attached to its new iBooks Author program. – Ed Bott
Click the graphic to link to a very ingenious Gadget from ASYMCO that shows the digital/cellular market growth of countries and sectors across the globe since 2000.
Death? No. But it might introduce microbes that you would not want to ingest. On the other hand, you did not specify where you dropped it other than on the floor. If that floor is in a radioactive restricted area of Japan I might say Yes!
Truly, there is no better reminder of the frailty of the world than when the Internet stops working on my Blackberry Curve……….
AUTOCOMPLETE DRIVING YOU NUTS?
When in this world of ever-changing methodology it’s easy to get swamped.
What happens when millions of people spend 10 percent less on new things and 10 percent more sharing old things or getting sophisticated deals? It’s easy to say that sharing is good for efficient markets. It’s not so easy to say that sharing is good for a growing economy that depends on new shoppers.