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The Difference Between Web 1.0 And Web 2.0

From Prof. Joseph Lassiter of HBS, quoted in the Spring '07 MIT Sloan Management Review:
The biggest single difference between Web 1.0 and Web 2.0 is that today you tend to get one 46-year-old CEO in Web 2.0 companies, whereas in Web 1.0 companies you got two 23-year-old-co-CEOs... People are older, wiser, and to some extent, more jaded.
The issue has a few articles on Critical Issues In Internet Retailing. More focused on ops than marketing.
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