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the kids are alright

dear readers, i present for your enjoyment, the artful juxtaposition of quotes taken out of context.

Studies: 90 percent of kids use computers

"About 90 percent of people ages 5 to 17 use computers and 59 percent of them use the Internet -- rates that are, in both cases, higher than those of adults. Even kindergartners are becoming more plugged in: One out of four 5-year-olds uses the Internet."

VC Guru on Coming of the 'Next Big Thing'

" Q: So, Guy, tell me... what will be the next big thing?

Almost by definition that is in the hearts and minds of young people in educational institutions. The job of the early stage investors is to find those people, and not necessarily to know what that thing is. People have hazard at guesses -- a real explosion in biotech or wireless, but the wireless journey has already begun. That may already be here so I don't know if you can call it the next big thing. Those are the ones mentioned most often -- wireless and biotech."
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