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Watch: Steve Jobs Correctly Predicted The Future Of E-Commerce In 1996

Watch: Steve Jobs Correctly Predicted The Future Of E-Commerce In 1996 | Common Sense | Scoop.it
Web, had predicted the coming of the e-commerce era. This was a time when the Internet or Web had not really taken off and were a new technological phenomenon.

In the interview with Wired, Jobs hinted at how the Internet would change the face of commercial activities, or to be more precise, commerce itself. Talking about what one could do with the Web including publishing, “The third thing is commerce, which is even harder than complex publishing because you have to tie the Web into your order-management system, your collection system, things like that. I think we’re still two years away. But that’s also going to be huge,” said Jobs.

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Don't Threaten to Punish Your Kids for Lying - New York Magazine

Don't Threaten to Punish Your Kids for Lying - New York Magazine | Common Sense | Scoop.it
It's very counterproductive.
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23 Reasons Why People Spend More Time on Social Media by @hazcrawford

23 Reasons Why People Spend More Time on Social Media by @hazcrawford | Common Sense | Scoop.it
Social media has become an accepted part of life. From Twitter to Facebook and LinkedIn to Instagram, people are sharing their more of their lives online than ever before. Why people spent more time at social media websites than other websites is far from a mystery, however. Here are 23 reasons why people spend more time at social media when they are online:

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dianasdaily's curator insight, December 9, 2014 12:45 AM

Why people spent more time at social media websites than other websites, here are 23 reasons why people spend more time at social media when they are online:

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How will we remember Bill Cosby? - CNN

How will we remember Bill Cosby? - CNN | Common Sense | Scoop.it
It's as if the other Bill Cosby never existed. The admired Cosby of many years has been almost forgotten amid the allegations against him.
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