"First of all, you have to make the distinction between the Internet and some commercial service like AOL or Prodigy. If you spend that time and money building internets, you at the end of your labors will own tangible assets: hardware, software, paid-for network bandwidth, and human capital in the form of people who know how to run same. Spending those dimes on Prodigy means that in the end you will have rented someone else's assets and will have nothing concrete in the end except for receipts for bills paid." - Edward Vielmetti of MSEN

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