Just read this report:
http://finance.yahoo.com/news/GM-Is-Abo … 0&.v=2
We have seen in history the industrial revolution, the era of the computer and the micorchip, now it is all about apps - applications for mobile devices - iphone, ipad, droids, etc...
If GM and Google are partnering and the platform is now apps, how will the new technology age affect us?
What will it mean to writers like us?
More revenue or different revenue out on apps?
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