"Disruption is easy to spot--in hindsight. The railroads were
always going to be better than canals and wagon trains. The
telephone was bound to edge out the telegraph. The transistor was
clearly superior to vacuum tubes. In recent years, digital cameras
have stolen the market for film, the iPod has started to replace
the CD and Google seems to be disrupting just about everything
"But many companies are still coming to terms with the flood of
new technology. Even when it's right in front of your face,
disruption can be hard to see..."
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