STAMFORD, Conn. -- Business executives who view the Internet as a separate channel are missing the point. will touch every sector of business and society. In fact, he views the Internet and its cousins -- intranets, proprietary networks, etc. -- as the latest grid of history. "There have been a series of grids deployed in our country, and each grid changed everything it touched," Walker said. He cited as an example the energy grid. "We don't talk about electricity as a channel; we talk ...
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