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User Review  - SR510 - LibraryThing

On the one hand, this is mistitled. I kept waiting for the big explanation of how to stop the potentially bad future of the Internet, and the author never really delivered on that. It should have been ... Read full review

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User Review  - Shmuel510 - LibraryThing

On the one hand, this is mistitled. I kept waiting for the big explanation of how to stop the potentially bad future of the Internet, and the author never really delivered on that. It should have been ... Read full review

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User Review  - gackerman - LibraryThing

Zittrain differentiates tethered devices (like the BlackBerry charging on my desk) from generative devices (like the laptop on which I write these words). Argues that much of the innovation that led ... Read full review

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The premise of this book seems the opposite of what I see. Development tools are becoming readily available and easier to use. A degree in computer science is no longer needed to create applications. Open source code is also increasing in even large companies. Anyone can create a WEB page, and format it to their liking. The book is an interesting read, with many valid points; even though I disagree with the main concept. I see the Internet being less controlled by only a few, and more development by a large population of users. 


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