Goodbye 2006, Hello 1997…

Goodbye 2006, Hello 1997…

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  1. This is why I admire the Gen X generation. They never give up. They just fall back and punt. Dotcoms went the way of the computer bubble, and I for one, am holding out hope that the GenXers are going to hold out long enough to save our planet and eliminate the need for war fought on battlefields. (Other than online!) The specialists will always be the ones who win.

  2. As a Gen X’er myself I’m proud to say I lived through the first bubble – those were some days my friend – anything went. 🙂

    IMO, this bubble is a bit different – won’t be as financially devastating and might not even feel it much – but heck I’m already seeing a small trend in anti-social networking talk.

    I think people will simply overdose on too much information coming at them and will personally scale it back in ’07.

    And yup, Time Mag – what an absolute masterful linkbaiting stroke that was and really a great piece of social commentary on our times.

  3. Most of us still get our info from the traditional media ie newspapers and particularly TV. With these, control comes through our choice of media and what headlines we choose to pursue. This changes only marginally with the rise of the internet as an additional info source.

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