Simon Caulkin

Nov 26, 2006 | Uncategorized

Simon Caulkin in his weekly column for The Observer on 26th November 2006 summed up one of the fundamental drivers of current web innovation: “It’s not established companies that have pioneered the key businesses of the second-generation internet but geeks and customers who scorn the commercial offerings pushed at them by industry leaders and instead […]

Simon Caulkin in his weekly column for The Observer on 26th November 2006 summed up one of the fundamental drivers of current web innovation:

“It’s not established companies that have pioneered the key businesses of the second-generation internet but geeks and customers who scorn the commercial offerings pushed at them by industry leaders and instead create new ones to meet quite different demands of interchange and self-expression.”

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