Nearly four years ago, Microsoft (MSFT) invested $240 million in Facebook at a valuation of $15 billion. I’m pretty sure that’s the first time people began publicly worrying about another Internet bubble, and it’s been a slowly crescendoing chorus ever since. Well, until the recent market tumult seemed to render such concerns uncouth at best and asinine at worst.
Quoted from Internet bubbles: Of truth and consequence on internet – Yahoo! News Search Results
The Peak of the Internet Bubble Record amounts of capital flowed started flowing into the Nasdaq in 1997. By 1999, 39% of all venture capital investments were going to internet companies. I live in my own bubble on the internet, mostly connecting with people like myself and looking for opinions I already agree with. I am confident that I can tell real news from ‘fake news’ The True Story the : Dot Com Bubble - The true story the .com bubble that fueled ebusiness today. I DONT OWN THIS CONTENT How the Internet Is Loosening A wider variety news sources was supposed to be the bulwark a rational age. Instead, we are roiled by biases, gorging on what confirms our ideas and shunning what does not. Tags: internet, loosening, grip, truth, Here we are 10 years later with more than 2 billion users worldwide, them 700 million on Facebook, with half them logging on daily using a smart phone and people are calling A research assistant at MIT noted, “‘Fake’ and ‘true’ are not as binary as we would like, and – combined with an increasingly connected and complex digital society – it’s a challenge to manage the The dot com bubble was not just a US phenomenon. On March 17, 2000, the Netherlands-based World Online (WOL) was floated, with a €12 billion valuation. WOL was the largest ever IPO for the Amsterdam