In 1998, we were taught to avoid meeting people on the internet. And never to go into a stranger’s car.
Today, with a few clicks, we ask strangers on the internet if we can get a ride.
Oh, how we have underestimated the power of connection and how it has changed the entire makeup of our culture.
As goods, products and services become more streamlined, faster and cheaper; we are reaching the end of the industrial economy and seeing the connection economy fully taking over.
It has only been 10 years since the iPhone was invented. What happens next is really going to surprise us.