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The hidden hand of the web

9 May 2007

6:55 PM

9 May 2007

6:55 PM

Fabulous piece by P.J. O’Rourke on Adam Smith as inventor of the web.

"I wonder if the know-it-alls at Wikipedia realize that the Internet was fully described and completely understood more than 200 years ago by Adam Smith, founder of free market economics. And Smith, I’m almost certain, knew less about computers than I do (and I can’t get Dora the Explorer from the Washington Monument to the Lincoln Memorial without tech support from my 6-year-old)."

You get the idea. To read the whole thing click here at Forbes.com.


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