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虚拟革命 免费的代价  | The Virtual Revolution


    一个沉默的故事,一场无声的革命。影响了地球上的每个人。网络发明后,20多年过去了。我们一起探讨网络带来的深远影响——无论好坏,数字革命是如何改变了人类的生活呢?记者兼大学教师Aleks Krotoski博士走访全球,研究网络改变一切的意义,包括我们如何学习、购物、投票、交友等等。目前全球有四分之一的人上网,一起探讨当世界剩下的四分之三的人将要上网时,我们的网络又为他们准备了什么呢?互联网是免费的,但是有代价的!本期节目就google为例,为你揭示天下没有免费的午餐。而类似亚马逊网站的推荐引擎,可以建立用户数据库,那么,个人隐私是否受侵害呢?

  

   20多年前,英国人蒂姆·博纳斯李发明了互联网。“只是因为我自己需要”他对BBC说。从那时起世界不再是以前的世界。这20年在世界历史上转瞬即逝,但全球互联网却在这20年间高速发展。网络改变了全世界的社会组织形式。社会上越来越多的部门,以爆炸性的速度并通过各种形式与网络联系在一起。

 

In the third programme of the series, Aleks gives the lowdown on how, for better and for worse, commerce has colonised the web - and reveals how web users are paying for what appear to be 'free' sites and services in hidden ways. Joined by some of the most influential business leaders of today's web, including Jeff Bezos (CEO of Amazon), Eric Schmidt (CEO of Google), Chad Hurley (CEO of YouTube), Bill Gates, Martha Lane Fox and Reed Hastings (CEO of Netflix), Aleks traces how business, with varying degrees of success, has attempted to make money on the web. She tells the inside story of the gold rush years of the dotcom bubble and reveals how retailers such as Amazon learned the lessons. She also charts how, out of the ashes, Google forged the business model that has come to dominate today's web, offering a plethora of highly attractive, overtly free web services, including search, maps and video, that are in fact funded through a sophisticated and highly lucrative advertising system which trades on what we users look for. Aleks explores how web advertising is evolving further to become more targeted and relevant to individual consumers. Recommendation engines, pioneered by retailers such as Amazon, are also breaking down the barriers between commerce and consumer by marketing future purchases to us based on our previous choices. On the surface, the web appears to have brought about a revolution in convenience. But, as companies start to build up databases on our online habits and preferences, Aleks questions what this may mean for our notions of privacy and personal space in the 21st century.

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We were reinventing our entrepreneurialism, our creativity and maybe there's a sense some of older industries were changing. This was the time when youth and vibrancy and dynamism are gonna be celebrated in this country and in a U.S style way.

This was a very exciting time. I think, so excitement was justified.

Between1995 and 2000, over 20 million dot com names were registered.

In avery few short years, we have got a spectacle of billionaire teenagers with barely descended testicles spraying the stock exchange.

Who can say what the e-world will be like in another five years?

This optimism that always attends such a bright new technology and future it seems to beckon didn't last long. It didn't last long with me not because I'm cynical, I think, but because history has given us enough examples.

A brave new web became synonymous with printing money.

Investor stocks have gone up an estimate of 125 trillion dollars.

Sales online have doubled since last year.

The nineties were insane.

You were having just buckets of money poured over your head.

In recent weeks, all the stock indexes have rallied to new records led by the incredible surging Internet stocks.

How hot is NASDAQ right now? Smoking, red hot.

America online, the auction site eBay and book-dealer Amazon all up more than 40% in December alone.

The Internet has become the center of the technology universe.

The Internet is being viewed, rightly or wrongly as the next industrial revolution.

Somuch money sloshing around and people getting crazy valuations for their businesses.

Every experiment got tried. Every experiment got funded including the things that didn't make any sense.

Across the board, people had invested millions in web companies. With a great name, agreat idea but they hadn't figured out how to make any money yet. Apparently that could be fixed later. It was a recipe for financial carnage.

In early 2000, the NASDAQ lost a quarter of its value. Half of the dot coms were simply obliterated in the bust that followed. Some 3.5 billion dollars in paper wealth vanished in a year. In the froth of speculation, investors have lost sight of risks they were taking with no certain prospect of a return.

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"we were reinventing a entrepreneurialism, all kind of creativity, maybe there was a sense that somebody own the industry were changing. This was the time when youth and vibrancy and dynamism will gonna be celebrated in this country and got a US style way."

"This pretty very exciting time, I think, so excitement was justified."

Between 1995 and 2000, over 2 million dotcomates were registered.

"In a very few short years we've got the spetacle of billionaire teenagers with early descended testicle spring stock exchange. Who can say well the e-world would be like in another 5 years?"

"This optimism that always attends such a bright new technology and the future that it seems to beckon. Didn't last long, it didn't last long with me not because I'm cynical, I think, because history has given us an example."

The brave new web became synonymous with printing money.

Investors stocks of Gana estimated one and a quater trillion dollars.

"Sales online have doubled since last year."

"And the line users were in sane."

"You're having just buckets of money poured over your head."

In recent weeks, all the stock indexes have rally, the new record, set by the incredible searching internet stocks.

"How high in NASDAQ right now?"

"Smoking, red hot."

"America online, the option signed Ebay and the book dealer Amazon all up more than 40% in December alone."

"The internet has become the center of technology universe."

"The internet is being used rightly or wrongly as the next industial revolution."

"So much money smashing around and people getting crazy valuation for their businesses."

"Every experiment got tried, every experiment get funded, including the things didn't make any sense."

Across the board, people have invested millions of web companies for the great men and great idea, but they haven't figure out how to make any money yet. Apparently, this can be fix later. It was a recipe for financial cornage.

In early 2000, the NASDAQ lost a quarter of its value. Half of the dotcoms were simply abliterated in a busted followed. Some 3.5 billion dollars and paper wealth vanished in a year. In the flock of speculation, investors had lost sight of risk they were taking with no certain propect of a return.
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We were reinventing our entrepreneurialism, our creativity and maybe there's a sense some of older industries were changing. This was the time when youth and vibrancy and dynamism would be celebrated in this country and in a U.S style way.
This was a very exciting time. I think, so excitement was justified.
Between 1995 and 2000, over 20 million dot com names were registered.
In a very few short years, we have got a spectacle of billionaire teenagers with barely descended testicles spraying the stock exchange.
Who can say what the e-world will be like in another five years?
This optimism that always attends such a bright new technology and future it seems to beckon didn't last long. It didn't last long with me not because I'm cynical, I think, but because history has given us enough examples.
A brave new web became synonymous with printing money.
Investor stocks have gone up an estimate of 125 trillion dollars.
Sales online have doubled since last year.
The nineties were insane.
You were having just buckets of money poured over your head.
In recent weeks, all the stock indexes have rallied to new records led by the incredible surging Internet stocks.
How hot is NASDAQ right now? Smoking, red hot.
America online, the auction site eBay and book-dealer Amazon all up more than 40% in December alone.
The Internet has become the center of the technology universe.
The Internet is being viewed, rightly or wrongly as the next industrial revolution.
So much money sloshing around, then people getting crazy valuations for their businesses.
Every experiment got tried. Every experiment got funded including the things that didn't make any sense.
Across the board, people had invested millions in web companies. With a great name, a great idea but they hadn't figured out how to make any money yet. Apparently that could be fixed later. It was a recipe for financial carnage.
In early 2000, the NASDAQ lost a quarter of its value. Half of the dot coms were simply obliterated in the bust that followed. Some 3.5 billion dollars in paper wealth vanished in a year. In the froth of speculation, investors have lost sight of risks they were taking with no certain prospect of a return.
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  • kinglimk

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We are reinventing a untrue lyricism kind of creativity. Mainly note the sense that some of the old industries were changing. This is the time when use and bible inseen that is going to be celebrated in this country and gonna US stye way.
This was a very exciting time. I think so exciting was just defined
Between 1995 and 2000, over 20 million dot com name were registered.
In a very few short years, we've got the spectacle of billionnaire teenagers with early descended fantastical spring the stock exchange. Who can say the e-world will be like in another 5 years.
This optimism that always attends such a bright new technology and future that it seems to beckon. Did not long. It didn't last long with me. Not because i am a cynical, i think, but because history has given us anr examples.
The brave new web became synonymous with printing money
Investors stocks have gone an estimated 1.25 trillion dollars. Sales online has doubled since last year.
The language was in sane.
You were having just buckets of money poured over your head.
In recent weeks, all the stocks that is has rally to new record set by the incredible searching Internet stocks.
How high it is in // right now?
Smocking, red hot.
America online, the option side  Ebay and the book dealer Amason all over more than 40 % in december alone.
The internet has become the center of the technology universe.
The inernet is just being used rightly or wrongly as the next industrial revolution.
So much money // around and people getting crazy evaluation about the businesses.
Every experience can try . Every experience got funded, including the things that didn't make any sense.
Across the board, people had invested millions web companies for the great men and great ideas, but they hadn't figured out how to make any money yet. Apparently, that will be fix ;later. It was a receipt for financial carnage
In early 2000, the NASDAC lost the quarter of its values. Half of the dotcoms were simply obliterated in the bust follow. Some 3.5 billion dollars and paper wealth vanished in a year. In the flocks of speculation, investors had  lost sight of risk they were taking with no certain prospects of a return.
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HW

We were reinventing entrepreneuralism of our creativity. May be there was a sense, some of the old industries were changing, this is a time when youth, vibrancy, the dynamism will be celebrated in this country and going to be a US style way.

This put a very exciting time, I think, so excitement was just fine.

Between 1995 and 2000, over 20 million .com names were registered. In a very few short years, we’ve got a speculum of billionaire teenagers with barely to send // springs the stock exchange. Who can say what the e-world will be like in another 5 years?

This optimism that always attends such a brand new technology and future it seems to back. Did not long, did not long with me not because I’m a cynical I think, but because history has given us enough examples.

The brave new webs became synonymous with printing money.
NASDAQ Stocks have gone up estimated 1.25 trillion dollars.
Sales online has double since the last year.
The 90s were insane.
You will have just buckets of money put off your head.
In recent weeks, all bust stocking has rallied, the new record led by the incredible surging internet stocks.
How hot is NASDAQ right now?
Smoking, red hot.
American online, your auction site ebay and the bookseller Amazon all up more than 40%in December alone.
Internet has become a center of the technology universe.
The internet has being built, rightly or wrongly, as the next industrial revolution.
So much money // around random. People are getting crazy about the evaluations about their business.
Every experiment got tried; every experiment got funded, including the things that didn’t make any sense.

Across the board, people had invested millions of web companies. But the great names, the great ideas, they haven’t figured out how to make any money yet. Apparently that can be fixed later. It was the recipe for financial coinage.


In early 2000, NASDAQ lost a quarter of its value. Half of the .coms were simply obliterated in the bust that followed. Some 3.5 billion dollars in paper wealth vanished in a year. In a frock of speculation, investors have lost sight of risks they were taking with no certain prospect of a return.
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'We were reinventing our entrepreneurialism, our kind of creativity. And maybe there was a sense that some of the older industries were changing; this was the time when youth and vibrancy and dynamism are going to be celebrated in this country in a kind of US-style way.'
'This was a very exciting time. I think the excitement was sort of justified.'

Between 1995 and 2000, over 20 million .com names were registered.

'In a very few short years we've gone to the spectacle of billionaire teenagers with barely distended testicles spraying the stock exchange. Who can say what the e-world  will be like in another five years?'
'This optimism that always attends a bright new technology and the future that it seems to beckon didn't last long; it didn't last long with me, not because I'm cynical I think but because history has given us enough examples.'

The brave new Web becomes synonymous with printing money.

'Investor stocks have gone up an estimated $1.25tr.'
'Sales online have doubled since last year.'
'The Nineties were insane. You were having just buckets of money poured over your head.'
'In recent weeks all stock indexes rallied to new records, led by the incredible surging Internet stock.'
'How hot is NASDAQ right now? Smoking red hot.'
'America Online, the auction site Ebay and the book dealer Amazon all up more than 40 percent in December alone. '
'The Internet has become the center of the technology universe.'
'The Internet is being viewed, rightly or wrongly, as the next Industrial Revolution.'
'So much money floating around and people getting crazy evaluations for their businesses.'
'Every experiment got tried. Every experiment got funded, including the things that didn't make any sense.'
'Across the board, people had invested millions of Web companies with a great name and a great idea,but they haven't found out how to make any money yet. Apparently that could be fixed later. It was a recipe for financial carnage.'

In early 2000, the NASDAQ lost a quarter of its value. Half of the .coms were simply obliterated in the bust that followed. Some $3.5bn in paper wealth vanished in a year. In the frost of speculation, investors had lost sight of the risks they were taking with no certain prospects of a return.
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We were reinventing our entrepreneurialism, our kind of creativity and maybe there was a sense, some of the older industries were changing, this was a time when youth and vibrancy and dynamism would be celebrated in this country and  a US-style way.
This was a very exciting time, I think.So, excitement was justified.
Between 1995 and 2000, over 20 million dot com names were registered.
In a very few short years, we've got the spectacle of billionaire teenagers with barely descended testicles spraying the Stock Exchange. Who can say what the e-world will be like in another five years?
This optimism that always attends such a bright new technology and the future that it seems to beckon, it didn't last long. It didn't last long with me, not because I'm cynical, I think, but because history has given us enough examples.
The brave new web became synonymous with printing money.
Investor stocks have gone up an estimated one and a quarter trillion dollars.
Sales online have doubled since last year.
The 90s' were insane.
You were having buckets of money poured over your head.
In recent weeks, all the stock indexes have rallied to new records led by the incredible surging internet stocks.
How hot is NASDAQ right now? Smoking. Red hot.
America Online, the auction site eBay and book dealer Amazon, all up
more than 40% in December alone.
The internet has become the center of the technology universe.
The internet is being viewed, rightly or wrongly as the next Industrial Revolution.
So much money are sloshing around and people are getting crazy valuations
for their businesses.
Every experiment got tried. Every experiment got funded, including the
things that didn't make any sense.
Across the board, people had invested millions in web companies with a great name, a great idea but they hadn't figured out how to make any money yet. Apparently that could be fixed later. It was a recipe for financial carnage.
In early 2000, the NASDAQ lost a quarter of its value. Half of the dot coms were simply obliterated in the bust that followed. Some 3.5 billion dollars in paper wealth vanished in a year. In the froth of speculation, investors had lost sight of the risks they were taking with no certain prospect of a return.

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[Homework]2011-08-12 虚拟革命 免费的代价 The Cost of Free —6

maybe it was sense.somebody ordering the trace will change ,
this is a time when use and vibrency ,in a us style way.
will be celebrate in this countr
this  prospectly an exciting time,i think,so excitment was just fined .
between 1995 and 2000,  over 20 million dotcom company names were registered
in a very few short years .we got specticalous billions of teenagers
to bring the storking strength. you can't see it can be like in another 5 years.
this opotisim made always tnese .such a bright new technology and future tebaten
it did't lost ,it  did't lost mean not because i am siniclizing  but history  has given us some examples
the breed new wealth became furnamailist with quanty money.
best skls  has made one and a quarter trillion dollars
sales on line has doubled quens than last year
the 90s were insane
you were having just bug some money in port in your head
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how hard did the  right now?
smoking reghart
american online ,the option ebay and the book detailer AMOZA all luck more than 40%  in December alone
the internet has been the signer of the technology universe.
the internet has been used rightly around as the next industry evolution
so much money flushing around in ,people got crazy about the evaluation execise

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including the things that did't make sense.
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lost the quarter
half of the dotcoms were simply  abreeded in the bosted followed  
some 3.5 billlion dollars in paper wealth benished in a year.







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[Homework]2011-08-12   虚拟革命 免费的代价 The Cost of Free —6

We were reinventing entrepreneurialism, our kind of creativity. Maybe there was a sense that some of the older industries were changing. This is a time when youth and vibrancy and dynamism is going to be celebrated in this country in a U.S style way. This was a very exciting time, I think, so excitement was just funded.

Between 1995 and 2000, over 20,000,000 dot com names were registered. In a very few short years, we’ve got the spectacle of billionaire of teenagers with barely descended testicles spraying stock exchanges. Who can say what the e-would will be like in another five years.

This optimism that always attends such a bright new technology and future seems to be back. It doesn't last long. It doesn't last long with me, not because I'm cynicalizing, but because history has given us enough examples.

A brave new web becomes synonyms with printing money. Fast stocks have gone up estimated 1.25 trillion dollars.

Sales online has doubled since last year. The 90's were insane. You were having just buckets of money poured over your head. In recent weeks, all the stocking indexes have risen to new records led by the incredible surging internet stocks.

How hot is NASDAQ right now? Smoking. Red hot. American online, the auction site Ebay and the book dealer Amazon are all up more than 40% in December alone.

The internet has become a center of technology universe. The internet is being viewed rightly or wrongly as the next industry revolution.

So much money flushed around. People are getting crazy about their evaluation for their business. Every experiment got tried. Every experiment got funded including the things didn't make any sense.

Across the world, people had invested millions of web companies for the great name, a great idea. But they haven't figure out how to make any money yet. Apparently that could be fixed later. It was a recipe for financial carnage.

In early 2000, the NASDAQ lost quarter of its value. Half of the dot coms were simply obliterated in the bust followed. Some 3.5 billion dollars in paper wealth vanished in a year. In a frost of speculation, investors had lost the sight of the risks they were taking with no certain prospect of a return.
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[Homework]2011-08-12 虚拟革命 免费的代价 The Cost of Free —6

We were reinventing an entrepreneurialism of kind of creativity. Maybe it was a sense of some of the old industries were changing. This is the time when news and vibrancy and dynamism we are going to celebrate in this country and got an US style way.This was a very exciting time. I think so excitement was just the point.
Between 1995 and 2000 over 20 million .com names were registered.
In a very few short years we've got the respected billionaire teenagers with barely * strange with stock exchange. You can say what the e-road will be light in another 5 years.
This optimism it always attends such a brand new technology and the future that seems to * didn't last long. Didn't last long with me not because I'm a cynical, I think, but because history has given us enough examples.
The brave new web became synonymous with printing money.
Investor's your stocks have gone estimated one and a quarter trillion dollars.
Online have double through the last year.
The * where I'm sane. It will happen just bucket the money whatever you had.
In recent weeks all the stocking indexes have rallied to new records let by the incredible surging Internet stocks.
How hard is Nasdaq right now.
Smoking, red hot.
American On Line, the auction site eBay and the book dealer, Amazone, all up more than 40% in December alone.
The Internet is becoming a center of the technology universe.
The Internet is being viewed rightly or wrongly as the next industrial revolution.
So much money, * around them, people are getting crazy evaluation about these businesses.
Every experiment got tried, every experiment got funded, including the things that didn't make any sense.
Across the board, people had invested millions of web companies with a great name, a great idea, but they hadn't figured out how to make any money yet. Apparently that could be fixed later. It was a recipe for financial carnage.
In early 2000 the Nasdaq lost a quarter of it value. Half of the .com were simply obliterated in the bust that followed. Some 3.5 billion dollars and paper wealth vanished in a year. In the froth of speculation investors had lost sight of the risk they were taking with no certain prospect of their return.

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[Homework]【整理】2011-08-12 虚拟革命 免费的代价 The Cost of Free —6

We're reinventing entrepreneurialism and creativity .Maybe it was the sense that some of the old industries were changing. It is the time when youth and vibrancy and dynamism were gonna be celebrated in this country and in a U.S. style way.
This pretty very exciting time, I think, so excitement was justified.
Between 1994 and 2000, over 20 million dot com names were registered.
In a very few short years we've got the spectacle of billionaire teenagers with barely descended testicle spraying the stock exchange. Who can say what the e-world will be like in another five years.
This optimism that always attends such a bright new technology and a future that it seems to beckon.
It didn't last long, it didn't last long with me.Not because I'm a cynic I think but because history has given us enough examples.
The brave new web became ** with printing money.
NASDAQ stocks have gone up an estimated one and a quarter trillion dollars. Sales online have doubled since last year. The ** were insane. You are having just buckets of money poured over your head. In recent weeks all the stock indexes have rallied the new record led by the incredible surging internet stocks.
How hard is NASDAQ right now? Smoking, red hard. The American online, the auction site Ebay, and the book dealer Amazon, all up more than 40 percent in December alone.
The internet has become the center of the technology universe. The internet has been used rightly or wrongly as the next industrial revolution.
So much money flushing around, and people getting crazy evaluations for that business.
Every experiment got tried, every experiment got funded, including the things that didn't make any sense.
Across the board, people had invested millions of web companies for the great name and great idea, but they hadn't figured out how to make any money yet. Apparently that could be fixed later. It was a recipe for financial carnage.
In early 2000, the NASDAQ lost a quarter of its value. Half of the dot coms were simply obliterated in the bus that followed.  Some 3.5 billion dollars and paper wealth vanished in a year. In the flock of speculation, investors had lost sight of the risks they were taking with no certain prospect of a return .

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We are reinventing something enterpreneurism, creative, maybe there is sense of…old industry was changing. We are going to use Champagne…dynamic to celebrate in the country with the US style. That was very exciting to us. So the excitement was justified. Between 1995 and 2000, over 20 million dot.com names were registered. In a very short few years, we have expected millions of teenagers technique spring in stock exchangement. You see, the E-wealth will go up in the next 5 years. This optimism that was always intense such as the brand new, technology future to backer. It didn’t last long. It didn’t last long with me, not because I am a cynical, I think, but because the history has given us enough examples. The brave new web became synonymous with printing money. The NASDAQ box in the web has gone up an estimated 1 and a quarter trillion US dollars. The sales online have doubled since last year. The nineties were insane. You can’t bug the money pull out of your head. In recent years, all the stock indexes have rallied to a new record. How hot is the NASDAQ recently? Smoking, very hot. American online , the options, the ebay, the book dealer Amazon has all gone up more than 40% in the December alone. The Internet has become the center of the technology universe. The Internet has been used as next industrial revolution. Everyone was pushing around. Everyone was crazy about the new innovation. Every experiment can try it. Every experiment can . Across the board, people had invested millions of web companies with great names and great ideas. People have to figure out the way how to make the money and apparently it will be fixed later. It is apparently a recipe for financial Carnegie. In the early 2000, NASDAQ had lost a quarter of its value. Half of the dot.com companies in the bubble following next. Some 3.5 billion dollars in paper wealth had vanished in a year. In the flop expectation, investors have lost the sight of invest with no perspective.
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