September 06, 2005

"It seems to me, though, that successes usually come from a mixing of top-down and bottom-up approaches. Computer networking is a great example. On the bottom-up side you have all the wonderful (and some not-so-wonderful) entrepreneurs who have created services like these blogs. But donít forget the top-down contributions! Networking was invented by a big government lab (ARPA.)"

- The Blog | Jaron Lanier: What the Katrina, Rehnquist, and Intelligent Design stories have in common: Bottoms Up! | The Huffington Post

Posted by William Blaze at September 6, 2005 06:37 AM