Back then, the idea that people were searching online for health information was revolutionary. All of a sudden, regular people had access to medical information that had always been locked up and out of reach.
Ten years later, I am ready to declare the access revolution over, at least in the United States. It’s time to change our frame of reference.
“Google has done a great job of building their work force," she said. But, "for people who have been there a long time, as soon as they get a reach-out from a recruiter or hear from their friends, ‘I’m doing this neat thing,’ they get interested.”—Valley companies fighting for talent - San Jose Mercury News
“According to Nielsen, African-Americans and Hispanics send and receive an average of 780 and 767 texts a month respectively, compared with 566 for whites. The difference reflects economic disparity, says Ken Eisner, managing director at nonprofit One Economy, which connects low-income communities to technology.”—The Texting Revolution Is Here - WSJ.com