The importance of being a dynamist

Bradner, Scott
December 1999
Network World;12/13/99, Vol. 16 Issue 50, p48
Trade Publication
Comments on static and dynamic attitudes toward the Internet. Internet as an environment in which to experiment; Stasis adherents' aim of controlling or shaping the Internet's content; Benefits of the telecommunications industry's decision to ignore the Internet; Fear of complexity and unpredictability that the Internet is bringing to the economy and society.


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