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Why the Future of The Web Rests in the Hearts and Minds of Fanatics

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For decades gatekeepers have kept creators from being able to create. You had to be chosen to publish your book, create a radio show, or make a movie. But the rapid development of technology is causing a dramatic shift in the power dynamic.

-We saw it happen in the music industry first with the creation of napster
-Amazon disrupted the publishing industry with giving us the ability to self publish. It doesn’t hurt to have millions of bloggers interested in getting their work out to the world.
-We can’t be too far away from the movie industry being dramatically changed by technology at our fingertips.

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One Response to “Why the Future of The Web Rests in the Hearts and Minds of Fanatics” Leave a reply ›

  • Profile photo of Riza [Moderator] Profile

    Yeah, right. While metrics are important, it’s the most important thing for an online business. As any businessman would agree, it’s all about your consumer, delivering what they want and keeping them happy.

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