Technology’s Cycle of Newness: Why Web Browsing Hasn’t Died

Technology’s Cycle of Newness: Why Web Browsing Hasn’t Died
technology

TheAtlantic.com editor challenges Chris Anderson’s view of the Internet's evolution.

Jackie Rangel
  • 20 august 2010

Critiquing Chris Anderson’s idea that the Web is dying a slow death at the hands of streamlined technologies, The Atlantic.com’s Alexis Madrigal* presents some cogently strong counterarguments. First and foremost, he says that the browser-based web “is still experiencing substantial growth,” linking to BoingBoing’s Rob Beschizza’s “excellent recasting of Wired’s data” as visual evidence in support of this fact.

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