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Brent Schlender: “You don’t have to be a poet or a historian to recognize that we’re living through something that has happened only a few times in the past 10,000 years. Call it a metaphor shift. Once, metals defined profound transformations in human society–the Iron Age, the Bronze Age. More recently we’ve marked time by the emergence of new technologies–the Industrial Revolution, the Information Age. But this time the metaphor is neither a pure technology nor a physical object, though it embraces both. It is an idea. Welcome to the Age of the Network.”

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