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ArikB says

I think some of you may be interested, this isn’t your typical tech ceo interview regarding the future.

http://www.charlierose.com/view/interview/10883#frame_top

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See, some people, who in my opinion, know what money is, and that in order to make it, you have to always keep ahead, keep ahead by working on the source of the problem, not trow blames around!

Respect for Paul Otellini! :)

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shoxite says

Paul Otellini is the man!

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CodingJack says

Great video Arik. Thanks for sharing. Some of his ideas about the U.S. are very intelligent.

He says “everything” will be on “everything”. Meaning the internet will be in your car, etc. It’s a wonderful perspective, and I doubt he would agree with excluding certain technologies from this vision.

Also, hearing that Apple is their own focus group reinforces the notion that although they may think they know what’s best for the internet, they obviously don’t if they’re not bothering to ask the consumer.

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