No, Tech Adoption Is Not Speeding Up


TECHNOLOGY ADOPTION

By Matt Novak – The graph also shows things like the mobile phone as invented in 1983 and the internet as 1991. But radio and TV weren’t commercially available in 1897 and 1926 respectively. Do you see the problem?

If you want to say that the invention of television occurred in 1926, then you don’t get to say the internet was invented in 1991.

If we’re playing by the same rules as radio and TV, we’d have to put the invention of the internet at 1969, when the first host-to-host message was sent from UCLA to Stanford, breathing life into the Arpanet. And as for the mobile phone, you’d have to peg its invention at something closer to the mid-70s, not 1983. more> http://tinyurl.com/kq5lm5v

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