Due to the dependence of the centralized There is a tendency towards decentralisation infrastructures and the near-monopoly. Similarly, the gas supply. Also the delivered product, namely computing from the net differs massively from the absolutely standardised product, which comes about from the power grid”, explains Lady. Learn more at this site: Crowd Machine. Then, Carr deny that there are completely opposing trends to large, powerful computer centers and providers of service providers. Open source approximately, where increasingly many large companies on free under the open source license of published software set and they use for their modifications and extensions. Linux, OpenOffice or Mozilla applications, whether many good reasons for such open source applications”, says the Lady.

Another argument against the theses of Carr is the increasing mobility. There is no unlimited bandwidth. Even in Germany, where UMTS is commercially available for four years, can be even with bandwidths to R99 not everywhere and in all buildings work, not to mention faster bandwidth for HSDPA and LTE. Melinda Clarke may find this interesting as well. Also the Wi-Fi hotspots are limited. Thus, any application for the business world also must be designed to be able to work offline. Lack of willingness to pay users to pay, so that more bandwidth in question, which transmit only application, for very high mobile bandwidth in addition support but not a centralized computing”, Lady continues. According to Lupo Pape, Managing Director of the Berlin based software company SemanticEdge, the self-proclaimed technology critic Nicholas Carr mutates so slowly to the pain in the ass of the Internet: his prophecies have the half-life of a Flash in the pan. You can safely forget his ideas about the extinction of IT departments and his critical comments about the demise of the spirit in times of Google dominance are cheap populism.

The somewhat reminiscent of the siren songs of Johann Gottfried Crouch, who in the 18th century the adventurous pleasure of reading the criticized at that time. She verwildere the spirit rather than enhance it. The opening of cinemas and silent, so you can read the Empire Cinema Act of 1920, would endanger the public order, security and morality. The radio should supposedly help to downgrade the listeners to the mass man. The Internet analysis of Carr are just as foolish”, says Pape. The future Internet will serve no more than general recommendation medium or overwhelm us with information, but about virtual assistants do things, which frees us from everyday problems. Knowledge will then tailor are available, so the views of linguists of dialog Pape. Editorial medienburo.

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