My close encounter with the Internet started in 1993, when the most popular web browser was NCSA Mosaic and the most common Linux was Slackware 1.0 on 13 floppies. I was a lurker then. But I made and lost a small fortune during the Dot-Com boom years, working for a company which owned two of the 10 busiest Internet sites.
Benjamin Franklin once said, “In this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes.” Nowadays, two other things are here with a high degree of certainty during our life time. These are Globalization and the Digital Economy. Seeing the manufacturing work moving to China, call center and software jobs departing to India, surviving in the Digital Economy is becoming a common concern. However, some folks seem to rid higher with it. What’s the secret?
I am an entrepreneur and take pleasure in finding things out. As in all walks of life, you have to get my hands dirty before learning anything. This blog is my journal in understanding the nitty-gritty of the Digital Economy (or the Network Economy and the Information Economy as others call it).
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