Dialogs between digital economy players and regulators have become very important. Unfortunately, time is not with us.
She is not yet 30 years old. The blond woman still looks young, but her ideas and intelligence inspire awe. I am amazed. It was the summer of 2015, but a cool breeze blew from the promontory. I recall Mark Twain, who said that the coldest season in the United States was summer in San Francisco. Twain was right.
The young woman accompanied me when I was invited to visit a number of major technology companies in Silicon Valley. When I asked about the average age of the people who worked there, she answered, "Lately it is becoming older, the late 20s." There was a tone of of discontent at the end of her sentence. I choked. It was then that I realized that, to the young people in Silicon Valley, I was a dinosaur!