Monday, March 05, 2007

The 50 Most Important People on the Web

Christopher Null, PC World

"Despite what Time magazine would have you believe, you are not the most powerful or influential person on the Web.
At PC World we love online personals, social networks, and videos of people falling on their keisters as much as the next person, but without the folks who create the Craigslists, MySpaces, and YouTubes of the world, much of the Web's potential would be lost among spam sites and other online detritus."

I guess the Internet is something more than Craiglists, MySpace, YouTube and spam sites.

Thank GOD!

PS For example there is a very good blog at
What is important is what we think it is.
What we appreciate is not what we should, but what we do.
What things look like is a convention, not the truth.

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