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History Of The Internet Sayings By Jarvis Cocker: If you wanted to be a creative person and you are confronted with the sum If you wanted to be a creative person and you are confronted with the sum product of mankind's creativity up to this moment in history, Internet is pretty daunting, like, "Where can I fit my voice in amongst all that?" — Jarvis Cocker
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History Of The Internet Sayings By Adam Nevill: But it would be broadcast, and in the great public theatre of his age; that But it would be broadcast, and in the great public theatre of his age; that unregulated market of braying narcissists, that Wild West of disinformation and fraud, that infinite sea of piracy, the great electorate where the constituency of billions voted their approval with a click of a mouse. The internet. It brought governments down and rewrote history ... — Adam Nevill
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History Of The Internet Sayings By Isman H. Suryaman: A wise man (or the first comedian in history) once said, "If you wish to A wise man (or the first comedian in history) once said, "If you wish to make God laugh, tell him your plans." This is why during praying, I occasionally slip in my business plans. If there were an internet of somekind in heaven, my story would've been forwarded to everyone even before lunch break. — Isman H. Suryaman
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History Of The Internet Sayings By William E. Kennard: The internet has grown so tremendously fast in our society. It is the fastest communications The internet has grown so tremendously fast in our society. It is the fastest communications technology in the history of the world. (It) grew from almost a dead stop in 1995 to having 80 million users in the United States alone in five years. Nothing has grown that fast. — William E. Kennard
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History Of The Internet Sayings By Jean Houston: In Jump Time's developing hybrid world, capacities once nurtured in separate societies are available to In Jump Time's developing hybrid world, capacities once nurtured in separate societies are available to the entire family of humankind. This is a stupendous happening, as important as the discovery of new continents during the time of the great sea journeys. For the first time in human history the genius of the human race is available for all to harvest. These rediscovered capacities may be evolutionary accelerators, now being gathered from many places, times, and cultures to awaken our species to who we are and what we yet may be and do. Often, however, it is not comfortable. We can for a time find ourselves strangers in a very strange land, wishing we could return to the comforts of a more insular and familiar worldview. Yet when we get beyond the shutterings of our local cultural trance, we gain the courage to nurture the emerging forms of the possible human and the possible society. — Jean Houston
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History Of The Internet Sayings By Siddhartha Mukherjee: It is tempting to write the history of technology through products: the wheel; the microscope; It is tempting to write the history of technology through products: the wheel; the microscope; the airplane; the Internet. But it is more illuminating to write the history of technology through transitions: linear motion to circular motion; visual space to subvisual space; motion on land to motion on air; physical connectivity to virtual connectivity. — Siddhartha Mukherjee
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History Of The Internet Sayings By Benazir Bhutto: The Internet is the great equalizer.The technology which emanated from the Silicon Valley of California The Internet is the great equalizer.The technology which emanated from the Silicon Valley of California has more potential to ameliorate social inequality than any development in the history of the world, including the industrial revolution. — Benazir Bhutto
History Of The Internet Sayings By Dani Shapiro: I'll have my students try to follow their minds during the course of a day, I'll have my students try to follow their minds during the course of a day, just to see the way their minds work, the way our minds hop from thing to thing to thing. The Internet mirrors that to such a degree you can actually see it. Show me your search history and I'll show you who you are. — Dani Shapiro
History Of The Internet Sayings By Ben Parr: There was more data transmitted over the Internet in 2010 than the entire history of There was more data transmitted over the Internet in 2010 than the entire history of the Internet through 2009. — Ben Parr
History Of The Internet Sayings By Richard Dawkins: And of all its money-making rip-offs, the selling of indulgences must surely rank among the And of all its money-making rip-offs, the selling of indulgences must surely rank among the greatest con tricks in history, the medieval equivalent of the Nigerian Internet scam but far more successful. — Richard Dawkins
History Of The Internet Sayings By George Carlin: What exactly is the free world, anyway? I guess it would depend on what you What exactly is the free world, anyway? I guess it would depend on what you consider the non-free world. And I can't find a clear definition of that, can you? Where is that? Russia? China? For chrissakes, Russia has a better Mafia than we do now, and China is pirating Lion King DVDs and selling dildos on the Internet. They sound pretty free to me. Here are some more jingoistic variations you need to be on the lookout for; "The greatest nation on Earth; the greatest nation in the history of the world"; and "the most powerful nation on the face of the Earth." That last one is usually thrown in just before we bomb a bunch of brown people. Which is every couple of years. — George Carlin
History Of The Internet Sayings By Nicola Lagioia: The first move was to turn to the one great, perfectly visible and certified revolution The first move was to turn to the one great, perfectly visible and certified revolution in the recent history of the human race [the Google search-engine]. — Nicola Lagioia
History Of The Internet Sayings By Virginia Postrel: The history of the Internet is not, as some people have tried to make it, The history of the Internet is not, as some people have tried to make it, a libertarian just-so story. It is a messy tale in which the government played a significant role. That role was, however, far more subtle than the plans of industrial policy gurus or techno-boosting politicians. — Virginia Postrel
History Of The Internet Sayings By Nicholas Carr: When a printed book - whether a recently published scholarly history or a two-hundred-year-old Victorian When a printed book - whether a recently published scholarly history or a two-hundred-year-old Victorian novel - is transferred to an electronic device connected to the Internet, it turns into something very like a Web site. Its words become wrapped in all the distractions of the networked computer. Its links and other digital enhancements propel the reader hither and yon. It loses what the late John Updike called its "edges" and dissolves into the vast, rolling waters of the Net. The linearity of the printed book is shattered, along with the calm attentiveness it encourages in the reader. — Nicholas Carr
History Of The Internet Sayings By James Surowiecki: The history of the Internet is, in part, a series of opportunities missed: the major The history of the Internet is, in part, a series of opportunities missed: the major record labels let Apple take over the digital-music business; Blockbuster refused to buy Netflix for a mere fifty million dollars; Excite turned down the chance to acquire Google for less than a million dollars. — James Surowiecki
History Of The Internet Sayings By Rebecca MacKinnon: We're at a point in history that whether the Internet is going to evolve in We're at a point in history that whether the Internet is going to evolve in a way that's compatible with democracy and human rights is really kind of up in the air. — Rebecca MacKinnon
History Of The Internet Sayings By William J. Clinton: If you look at how many thousands and thousands of pages, Web pages, are being If you look at how many thousands and thousands of pages, Web pages, are being added to the Internet every day, it's the fastest growing organism in human history for communications. — William J. Clinton
History Of The Internet Sayings By Jorge Luis Borges: The library will endure; it is the universe. As for us, everything has not been The library will endure; it is the universe. As for us, everything has not been written; we are not turning into phantoms. We walk the corridors, searching the shelves and rearranging them, looking for lines of meaning amid leagues of cacophony and incoherence, reading the history of the past and our future, collecting our thoughts and collecting the thoughts of others, and every so often glimpsing mirrors, in which we may recognize creatures of the information. — Jorge Luis Borges
History Of The Internet Sayings By Ross Levinsohn: Frankly, it's never really been replicated in the history of the Internet what Yahoo has Frankly, it's never really been replicated in the history of the Internet what Yahoo has done in the areas it's done it. — Ross Levinsohn
History Of The Internet Sayings By Tyler Cowen: Look at electricity in human history - it took a few decades for electricity to Look at electricity in human history - it took a few decades for electricity to really revolutionize the American economy. And the Internet will be the same. At some point in the future, we will arrive at a new era of low-hanging fruit. — Tyler Cowen
History Of The Internet Sayings By Anonymous: Linking the digital and physical worlds in these ways will have profound implications for both. Linking the digital and physical worlds in these ways will have profound implications for both. But this future won't be realized unless the Internet of Things learns from the history of the Internet. The open standards and decentralized design of the Internet won out over competing proprietary systems and centralized control by offering fewer obstacles to innovation and growth. This battle has resurfaced with the proliferation of conflicting visions of how devices should communicate. The challenge is primarily organizational, rather then technological, a contest between command-and-control technology and distributed solutions. The Internet of Things demands the latter, and openness will eventually triumph. — Anonymous
History Of The Internet Sayings By David Leonhardt: If you wanted to bestow the grandiose title of "most successful organization in modern history," If you wanted to bestow the grandiose title of "most successful organization in modern history," you would struggle to find a more obviously worthy nominee than the federal government of the United States.
In its earliest stirrings, it established a lasting and influential democracy. Since then, it has helped defeat totalitarianism (more than once), established the world's currency of choice, sent men to the moon, built the Internet, nurtured the world's largest economy, financed medical research that saved millions of lives and welcomed eager immigrants from around the world. — David Leonhardt
History Of The Internet Sayings By Dave Barry: The Internet is the most important single development in the history of human communication since The Internet is the most important single development in the history of human communication since the invention of call waiting. — Dave Barry
History Of The Internet Sayings By Jarett Kobek: Adeline had moved to San Francisco in 1996, which was a defining moment in the Adeline had moved to San Francisco in 1996, which was a defining moment in the city's history. 1996 was not defined by Adeline's arrival.

1996 as defined by being the year during which the Internet economy exploded into the collective consciousness.

San Francisco had spent much of the Twentieth Century in decline, which meant that it was a bad place for people who liked doing business but a wonderful place for people who were terrible at making money.

San Francisco had been defined by the culture of people who were terrible at making money. It had become a haven for the misfits of America most of who were living in the city's fabulous old houses.

When the Internet economy exploded into the collective consciousness, these people proved that resisting social change was the only thing at which they were less adept than earning money. — Jarett Kobek
History Of The Internet Sayings By Jeff Vespa: It was a fortunate moment in history that I happened to be in. There was It was a fortunate moment in history that I happened to be in. There was a confluence of the internet and all this other stuff that I was able to capitalize on. — Jeff Vespa
History Of The Internet Sayings By John Quiggin: Throughout the history of the Internet, most of the innovation has come as a by-product Throughout the history of the Internet, most of the innovation has come as a by-product of efforts to facilitate communication within social groups of various kinds (academics, bloggers, peer-to-peer file sharing), rather than as the result of profit-oriented investment. Rather than taking the lead, the business and government sectors have adopted innovations developed in Internet communities, and realised significant productivity gains as a result. — John Quiggin
History Of The Internet Sayings By Robert Darnton: As a graduate student at Oxford in 1963, I began writing about books in revolutionary As a graduate student at Oxford in 1963, I began writing about books in revolutionary France, helping to found the discipline of book history. I was in my academic corner writing about Enlightenment ideals when the Internet exploded the world of academic communication in the 1990s. — Robert Darnton
History Of The Internet Sayings By Barack Obama: We have to ensure free and open exchange of information. That starts with an open We have to ensure free and open exchange of information. That starts with an open internet. I will take a backseat to no one in my commitment to network neutrality. Because once providers start to privilege some applications or websites over others then the smaller voices get squeezed out and we all lose. The internet is perhaps the most open network in history, and we have to keep it that way. — Barack Obama
History Of The Internet Sayings By Jamais Cascio: The notion of the Internet as a force of political and social revolution is not The notion of the Internet as a force of political and social revolution is not a new one. As far back as the early 1990s, in the early days of the World Wide Web, there were technologists and writers arguing forcefully that the Internet was destined to become the most important tool for cultural change in human history. — Jamais Cascio
History Of The Internet Sayings By Vint Cerf: History is rife with examples of governments taking actions to 'protect' their citizens from harm History is rife with examples of governments taking actions to 'protect' their citizens from harm by controlling access to information and inhibiting freedom of expression and other freedoms outlined in The Universal Declaration of Human Rights. We must make sure, collectively, that the Internet avoids a similar fate. — Vint Cerf
History Of The Internet Sayings By Evgeny Morozov: Amnesia and complete indifference to history (especially the history of technological amnesia) remain the defining Amnesia and complete indifference to history (especially the history of technological amnesia) remain the defining features of contemporary Internet debate. — Evgeny Morozov
History Of The Internet Sayings By William J. Clinton: That is, we're into a whole new world with the Internet, and whenever we sort That is, we're into a whole new world with the Internet, and whenever we sort of cross another plateau in our development, there are those who seek to take advantage of it. So this is a replay of things that have happened throughout our history. — William J. Clinton
History Of The Internet Sayings By Simon Toyne: I love researching all sorts of weird stuff. I always say, 'God help me if I love researching all sorts of weird stuff. I always say, 'God help me if the FBI came across my Internet search history.' — Simon Toyne
History Of The Internet Sayings By Ai Weiwei: I always thought that in modern history Chinese people are like a dish of sand, I always thought that in modern history Chinese people are like a dish of sand, never really close together. But I think a dish of sand is a good metaphor because we have the Internet. We don't have to be physically united. You can be an individual and have your own set of values but join others in certain struggles. There is nothing more powerful than that. — Ai Weiwei
History Of The Internet Sayings By Adolfo Suarez: The Internet revolution is going to be like all the other revolutions we have seen The Internet revolution is going to be like all the other revolutions we have seen in history. It's going to be over before a lot of us even know it started. — Adolfo Suarez
History Of The Internet Sayings By Peg Kehret: I could not write my books without the library's help. Even with the ease of I could not write my books without the library's help. Even with the ease of Internet research, I find books to be indispensable when I am writing. ... Books make me laugh, cry, and think. They give me insight into history, and into the lives of people in other cultures. They help me make important decisions, and they provide endless entertainment. Hooray for libraries! — Peg Kehret
History Of The Internet Sayings By EXO Books: Sadly, history shows us that people literally scrambled their children's brains with heavy exposure to Sadly, history shows us that people literally scrambled their children's brains with heavy exposure to screens at young ages. Developing primate brains are wired to interact with others in a real environment, learning the enormous range of human behaviours from copying the people they love and trust, not staring mindlessly at images. — EXO Books
History Of The Internet Sayings By Glenn Greenwald: Converting the Internet into a system of surveillance thus guts it of its core potential. Converting the Internet into a system of surveillance thus guts it of its core potential. Worse, it turns the Internet into a tool of repression, threatening to produce the most extreme and oppressive weapon of state intrusion human history has ever seen. — Glenn Greenwald
History Of The Internet Sayings By Matt Haig: As well as religion, human history is full of depressing things like colonisation, disease, racism, As well as religion, human history is full of depressing things like colonisation, disease, racism, sexism, homophobia, class snobbery, environmental destruction, slavery, totalitarianism, military dictatorships, inventions of things which they have no idea how to handle (the atomic bomb, the Internet, the semi-colon), the victimisation of clever people, the worshipping of idiotic people, boredom, despair, periodic collapses, and catastrophes within the psychic landscape. — Matt Haig
History Of The Internet Sayings By Kathleen Hanna: Feminism rotates between backlash and interest. And the cool thing about the Internet is that Feminism rotates between backlash and interest. And the cool thing about the Internet is that it's allowing women more access to their own history. Part of the problem before the Internet was that we didn't know which books to read. Someone had to tell you. — Kathleen Hanna
History Of The Internet Sayings By John Battelle: 'The Victorian Internet' is a must read for anyone interested in the history of technology 'The Victorian Internet' is a must read for anyone interested in the history of technology and in the cycles of hype, boom, and bust that seem to only quicken with each new wave of innovation. Highly recommended. — John Battelle
History Of The Internet Sayings By Matt Haig: Human history is full of depressing things like colonization, disease, racism, sexism ... inventions of Human history is full of depressing things like colonization, disease, racism, sexism ... inventions of things which they had no idea how to handle (the atomic bomb, the Internet, the semicolon) ... And through it all there has always been some truly awful food. — Matt Haig
History Of The Internet Sayings By Peter Drucker: In a few hundred years, when the history of our time will be written from In a few hundred years, when the history of our time will be written from a long-term perspective, it is likely that the most important event historians will see is not technology, not the Internet, not e-commerce. It is an unprecedented change in the human condition. For the first time - literally - substantial and rapidly growing numbers of people have choices. For the first time, they will have to manage themselves. And society is totally unprepared for it. — Peter Drucker
History Of The Internet Sayings By Jean Shinoda Bolen: Here we are, women who have been the beneficiaries of education, resources, reproductive choices, travel Here we are, women who have been the beneficiaries of education, resources, reproductive choices, travel opportunities, the Internet, and a longer life expectancy than women have ever had in history.
What can and will we do? — Jean Shinoda Bolen