We all know about blogs and how big they are.
The next wave of the Web is going to be user-generated content.
Green-tech could be the largest economic opportunity of the 21st Century.
Well, there are more writers of blogs right now than there are readers, so that's clearly a vanity phenomenon.
People are looking to have more meaning in their lives. It is a sign the technology community is coming of age.
Green technologies - going green - is bigger than the Internet. It could be the biggest economic opportunity of the 21st century.
It's actually not unlike Google at that stage of development. They had an up-and-running site. It wasn't losing very much money, it wasn't making very much money, but it was growing.
There's this large trend - I think the next trend in the Web, sort of Web 2.0 - which is to have users really express, offer, and market their own content, their own persona, their identity.
It is quite clear that compelling content, which is made available on economic terms that respect the intellectual rights of owners, can be a tremendous spur to the growth of broadband networks.
They've found a way to privately, or within a small family group, share expressions, or other images, drawings, and then gain access to some of the world's great expressions and images and make them real, make them tangible.