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The Internet Paradigm Shift

I have the opportunity to attain Tim O'Reilly visionary talk before. This time I come up on his powerpoint presentation The Internet Paradigm Shift. It summarized many important ideas of the future of computing, like the commoditization of software stem from open source software development. He also have some insight in suggesting hidden business model and that owning user data would be the new form of customer lock-in. I think the new era of internet applications will not be far away. In a few years we will be so use to it that PC computing would become a relic.

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