The things we canâ€™t see, they can define us every bit as much as the things we can see.
No one could see the internetâ€™s potential.
The problem was you couldnâ€™t pick it up with your hands.
You couldnâ€™t wear it. Eat it. Or smell it.
To many, it was emperors new clothes.
The Naysayers had their day. And we had to listen to them.
But now they are mostly quiet.
Because everyone from a farmer in a field in India optimizing his yield to the kids doing their homework in the kitchen have been touched by this thing we canâ€™t see.
Hereâ€™s to the invisible.