A question: are all our yesterdays now our todays?

Guest post: Nick Tyler

Are all our yesterdays now our todays?

It seems that a lot of what we built and aspired to failed through a lack of Broadband and PC power or bubbles bursting.

Now we have broadband penetration, PCs grunted up and internet here there and everywhere. And it has made a lot of what we dreamt of, what we made and failed with suddenly re-invented and now works.

Have we so forgotten what has been done?  Thanks to that bursting bubble, that was is old is now new.

That is not to say that it is not done better. Or that the tools allow us to do more. Or that there is a lot of new stuff.

It is just that to some of us a lot of what is new appears to be old.

Jye Smith is currently Senior Vice President, Head of Strategy & Operations, Asia Pacific at Weber Shandwick. Ranked in B&Ts 30 Under 30, Jye a regular keynote speaker and workshop facilitator who specialises in digital and social media strategist.

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  1. Rasha Fayad at 9:47 pm

    Lack of proper connection plays an important role, and this varies in different regions.
    In the Middle east for example, we are aware of the new technologies however never opt to try them because for some reason we know our bandwidth is not enough and hence the experience won’t be complete…