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Life After Google.?

Published on 12/14/2018
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Life After Google: Fall of Big Data, The Rise of the Blockchain Economy

   

There is life after Google says, George Gilder…

Since becoming famous with the arrival of the international bestseller Wealth and Poverty in 1981, George Gilder has remained an artistic pillar in the world of politics, economics, and more so, as of late, technology/innovation. Gilder is an energetic author and correspondent covering not only where we are as a society today, but where we’re as of now heading also. Previously, Gilder has honed in on the innovations of the future and anticipated the diminution of technology that basically isn’t staying aware with the way society is developing.

As an intense author and maybe a periodical polemicist, Gilder is definitely already known to many perusers from his other works, including titles like Microcosm, Life After Television, Telecosm, and the Silicon Eye. Despite one’s own sentiments on his other work as it identifies with social analysis, there’s no denying Gilder’s poignant presence in the world of financial matters, particularly from the conservative-libertarian side of things, and his tech-focused visions for what is to come. With regards to economics, Gilder has even gone so far as to earn the label of being the most referred to author alive, by former President Ronald Reagan.

In his most recent book, Life After Google: The Fall of Big Data and the Rise of the Blockchain Economy, Gilder is now again examining the way humankind relates with technology and how it influences the lives of end users. We’re existing at a point in history where such a large amount of what we do, what we see, and what we utilize is controlled by an increasingly smaller group of individuals. Gilder doesn’t like that and, more importantly, doesn’t think it’s useful for civilization. Google appears to dominate nearly every aspect of so many individual’s lives, Gilder sees an essential shift in the future. A move away from centralized authority and domination of so much of the internet today. A shift instead to a decentralized method of connecting and communicating with the world around us; a “great unbundling,” perhaps.

Security, Blockchain, and the Coming Disruption

To read more on this subject, please click the following link.

https://markethive.com/group/cryptocoin/blog/life-after-google-fall-of-big-data-the-rise-of-the-blockchain-economy

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