Who will be the Internet President?

    A structured dialogue about the future is built on relevant issues. Newsweek asked one such question in 1997. President Lincoln was a great speaker. He could splendidly convey his thoughts to the public; people listened and understood what he was talking about. President Roosevelt made a strong impression on the radio; his “Conversations by the Fireplace” in the 1930s — the golden age of radio — was an outstanding phenomenon. Outstanding “television” presidents were, above all, John F. Kennedy and Ronald Reagan. Then came the relevant question: who will be the Internet president? Who knows how to make the most of this latest communication tool?

    (Source: Rolf Jensen. Dream Society. How the coming shift from information to imagination will transform your business)

    I think that Barack Obama has more chances than Dmitry Medvedev. What do you think?

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