"You can start as a Superman in starting a business, but in order to grow you need some Power Rangers."
- Irzan Raditya
Though the computer was invented in the 1940s and the internet in the 1960s, it was not until the communication protocols that made the internet popular and widely used.
Since the invention of the protocols that are used by computers to connect to a network, the world of the internet has evolved, making it one of the most widely used means of communication today.
Instead of a single inventor, the internet was developed by many people over many years. With the birth of the internet came great possibilities for many entrepreneurs and people with great minds. They went beyond the invention of the internet, and changed the way how the world sees technology with their inventions and ideas.
And at the same time, technology, computers, mobile and IT develop in a faster rate than they were ever before.
"There's an idealization of being an entrepreneur, but the most important thing is to have a really great idea."
- Dustin Moskovitz
"Your phone is a tool for communicating. You shouldn't be communicating with the phone; you should be communicating with somebody on the other side of the phone."
- Andy Rubin
"Our right for private communication and privacy is more important than the marginal threats that some politicians would like to make us afraid of."
- Pavel Durov
"There is real value in sharing moments that don't live forever."
- Evan Spiegel
"It is the ultimate luxury to combine passion and contribution. It's also a very clear path to happiness."
- Sheryl Sandberg
"One of the areas we wanted to focus on was to empower users more."
- Sundar Pichai
Thousands of people were producing new websites every day. We were just trying to take all that stuff and organize it to make it useful.
- David Filo
Some think the exit is the end of the line, but it’s just a new chapter of your story if you stay true to your vision.
- Col Needham
I wanted to empower people to make choices in their lives and have privacy and anonymity.
- Ross Ulbricht