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Web 2.0 will make Us Young Again?

Hmm, I’ve been a computer junkie since the 80’s but my hair was considerably darker then. According to Paul Lamb, thanks to Web 2.0 the “dot.com winter is over” and will be our “salvation”.

Raising their iPod-clutching fists to the sky, the technorati are demanding we take note of a new golden era, where we can be online everywhere and in every way. Our happiness, like cable TV and satellite radio, is to be on-demand.

To yearn for the good old low tech days is to be considered a “curmudgeon”:

Life is so much easier and hassle-free now that MP3 players offer us a blessed excuse not to hear or talk to anyone we don’t care to. And soon we will be freed from having to look at people as well, turning our attention instead to TV and movies displayed conveniently on our cell phones and other portable devices. How liberating it will be to be able to watch TV outdoors while jogging, hiking or riding a bicycle! The hunger for that kind of boundless freedom is certainly what makes the U.S. the worldwide leader in innovation.

Watching TV while jogging or riding bicycle? Pitty the rest of us curmudgeons. It’s a brave new world indeed.

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Written April 19th, 2006 by | 3 Comments | Filed under: Social Media Tips , ,

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  1. So I guess I am a “curmudgeon”. Really, there’s worse things I could be. Having been at this for the past 20 years.. There’s day’s when I wish it would just all go away, but that probably just makes me old..

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  2. Hi Jaffer.

    Thanks for the comment but would you would mind changing you persona please. We already have a Jaffer on this blog who is also a guest writer and it’s confusing the “top commentators” link.


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  3. The IT technology nowadays are so awesome. I can’t imagine if I don’t use my smartphone again (I have Samsung Galaxy S). The newest technology like Siri or Google Glass really will easier our life. :)

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