Snowball, Then an Avalanche


And these new technologies are no longer the warren of your children or the youngsters on the train on your daily commute. It is having an impact on the way people work, interact and expect to work. As a 45-year-old, I can remember when I worked for a PC magazine, which had a single America Online account and the traffic would slow to a crawl at 3 p.m. every afternoon because the Manhattan school children would hop online to chat about Melrose Place, Salt-N-Pepa and that new film, Good Will

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