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August 22, 2006



Hmm, I touched on this in my comment on Tim O'Reilly's Radar Blog about what he calls "Dial Tone" -

I made the point that his concept was one way of looking at the evolution of the internet and that this, in turn, was driven by the younger user.

I agree with Alain, that the "older" generation should by no means to neglected. However, the ease and confidence with which 10 or 12 year olds deal in all internet matters stems from the fact that they never knew a world without the net.

Such an upbringing surely creates a whole generation of early adopters and as we know from other areas, kids and teenagers have huge disposable income - be it through "pester power" or other (this not to say that the "older" generation doesn't have good disposable income).

At the end of the day it will come down to companies' investment in the future - do you base your product development on a market that will provide customers for 15 or for 50 years? Ideally both, but I guess there will be a bias on the younger market.


Lev -

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