Once people moved freely in a world strung together not by roads or wires but by impressions, stories, and images. For these people, simple communication skills helped the individual stay tuned in with his everyday concerns. For centuries, the modern world branded these people "primitive." But in Digital Aboriginal, two noted authors show that technology-driven information - moving as freely as the wind - now blurs old borderlines, and that in many ways our survival instincts resemble those of our mobile ancestors.
Digital Aboriginal will help managers, entrepreneurs, and CEOs enter this new age with a clearer vision of new markets, new companies, and new rewards on the digital frontier.
©2002 Mikela Tarlow with Philip Tarlow, All Rights Reserved; (P)2002 Time Warner AudioBooks, a Division of the AOL Time Warner Book Group