Roger McNamee, declares the end of the 'search' as apps gradually dominate the internet sphere.

We’ve grown tired of that lazy conference speech technique of setting out some radical, inflammatory vision with pronouncements about the end of this era or the start of some new revolution in something else. We feel over-informed, perhaps, about the state of the tech universe.

But occasionally, the best of these tech prophets can express a developing trend with a more imaginative perspective than the tech news treadmill, and that’s something venture investor and musician Roger McNamee did rather well back in May at the US Narm conference… the not-enticingly named National Association of Recording Merchandisers. The Guardian.

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