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6 Traits of Tomorrow’s Blockbuster Digital Technologies

 

Steve Jobs anticipated many of the features of the digital revolution and built them into the original Macintosh.

If history adheres to timeless long-term trends, Walter Isaacson’s recent book on the digital revolution, The Innovators, could reveal a lot about the future of our digital age. Last week Isaacson, known for his biographies of Steve Jobs and Albert Einstein, spoke about the geniuses behind

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