At the dawn of the computer age, there were many individuals that truly believed that while the Internet might be valuable, that it would not have a lasting impact on human civilization. Paul Krugman [famously wrote](https://www.snopes.com/fact-check/paul-krugman-internets-effect-economy/) in 1998 that the effect of the Internet on the world economy would be “no greater than the fax machine’s”. When one considers that Krugman is a Nobel Prize-winning economist, you start to realize that not everyone truly understood the digital transformation that was actually about to take place. Of course, now we completely understand that every business that takes itself seriously has to …

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