Online advertising works, although it lands especially on search engines like Google and Yahoo. They achieve much higher revenues online than the websites of publishing companies.
A communication highway without content is inconceivable.
Davos is my university.
Humankind is getting more and more connected.
I think that the Internet and print behave in a complementary manner.
Journalists must not be made accomplices by the secret service to solve its own problems.
The 'spirit of Davos' has definitely achieved a thing or two.
The way communication works is changing.
When Arianna Huffington founded 'The Huffington Post' in 2005, a whole new era of journalism began.
Almost no one wants to admit the genius of Jeff Bezos and Amazon. Apparently, many have failed to see that Amazon has become the world's biggest retail company.
Everything has gotten less expensive. Digitization has made content, whether it's print or music, less costly. Today, anyone can read the news for free online.
Everything that exists is information, and everything that is informative also exists. The infosphere is not a virtual space that is distinct from the real world. Rather, the world itself is increasingly being considered an information space and part of the infosphere.
Frank Schirrmacher's passing is a great loss. Among the intellectuals, he, along with Friedrich Kittler, was the only one who understood the philosophical dimensions of the Internet.
Technologies that exist between man and nature in a simple form and those that enable the interaction with other technologies are becoming significantly more complex and create their own information systems.
The mobile business in particular is something we must take seriously. I see tremendous prospects for all those transactions that can be handled on mobile phones.
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