King ConsumerSarah Lacy
Venture capitalist Roger McNamee has a posting on his blog today that makes a case I've heard before, but more strongly than I've ever heard a VC make it. From 1975 to 2000 companies benefited the most from advances in technology, but since then the biggest advances have been for consumers, he argues. Think iPod, TiVo, digital cameras, Blackberry etc.
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