The Internet, in its 25 years, has presented a mirroring world that is more open and social and, somewhat surprisingly, highly favorable toward domesticated, small-form felines; evolution, even virtual one, works in mysterious ways. On a more serious note, the Internet has profoundly altered the manner in which information – knowledge & data – is shared, and consumed.
30 years ago, in order to read these musings, you would had to get to a library, or purchase a magazine that received this text as a submission, reviewed and edited it. Now, you are probably on a train or in your lab, and all we had to do was click Publish.
So is this alteration in publishing and consuming good or bad? We think it’s good, really good. And it is probably time to let you know who we are.