State of the Internet Industry


Guests:

James Gleick
* Author, What Just Happened: A Chronicle of from the Information Frontier (Pantheon, 2002)
* Author, Faster: The Acceleration of Just About Everything (Vintage, 2000), Genius: The Life and Science of Richard Feynman (Vintage, 1993) and Chaos: Making a New Science (Penguin, 1988)

Mike Daisey
* Author, 21 Dog Years: Doing Time @ Amazon.com (Free Press, 2002)

Paul Saffo
* Director, Institute for the Future, Silcon Valley

Remember ten years ago, when we began to hear about a place called "cyberspace" and "the internet?" It had the power to connect the whole world with the click of a mouse and created 20 year old multi-millionaires. From dotboom to dotbust, our world has been changed by the internet. Join guest host Melinda Penkava for a look at the Internet, where we are now, and where we're going.

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