Ghost Towns of the Internet


When today’s data goldmines becomes tomorrow’s data carcasses

Futurist Thomas Frey:  In 1859 the tiny community of Tin Cup, Colorado got its first taste of gold fever. A tiny amount of gold was all it took for prospectors to start poking around with hopes of striking it rich. Twenty years later they landed their first major strike and rumors of the find spread across the country.


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