By their usage & the needs they push?
I agree, a good story, but how do they influence?
On 2012-05-12, at 7:55 PM, Chris Jones wrote:
> It may be considered that young tech savvy men are the ones who really shape the internet and information technology and move it along.
> It is women between the ages of 40 and 60 who do the most to influence and shape internet and have done the most to expand IT. This is according to research by an anthropologist employed by Intel as a director. Non-enlish speaking women were also covered. (From a speech on Big Ideas, on ABC Radio National.)
> Anyway, I loved this idea.
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