David Weinberger sul Boston Globe di ieri:

“Comcast and the other major Internet access providers see the Internet as a way to broadcast content to users. Its value comes from what is on the Net [il neretto è mio]. This suits the providers, who come from the world of telephones and cable TV, and are structured to make money by selling content and services to subscribers. The other vision, and the one that has brought a billion people onto the Net and has stirred hope around the world, says the value of the Net comes from who is on the Net [il neretto è mio]. The “who” isn’t a solitary face; the “who” is us, together. The most exciting developments on the Internet have been about how we are connecting with one another, touching one another, and building ideas, services, and new social forms together.”

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Un commento a “IL CHI E IL COSA”

  1. Mammifero Bipede dice:

    Ehm, il "neretto" non c'è… :-)