Friday, February 13, 2009

Where will we end up after the recession?

Everyone seems to agree that we are in the midst of one of the worst economic times since the Great Depression. But one major thing that sets us apart from the way our parents or grandparents dealt with hard times is that we are wired. Individuals and businesses are finding innovative, lower cost ways to accomplish tasks and deliver services. As this innovation proliferates, it will necessarily render some traditional methods and means obsolete.

In a recent article at ComputerWorld.com, author Mike Elgan lists the 10 things he doesn't think will survive the economic downturn - including Wi-Fi you have to pay for, and movie rental stores. Read his article here.

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