This is the third of a three-part, interview series with George Gilder on his new bestseller "Life After Google." In part 1, he explains Silicon Valley's "fundamental flaw." In part 2, he shows why Google's "free stuff" isn't free. In part 3, below, Gilder describes a new internet, "after Google," of limitless entrepreneurship and prosperity rooted in human creativity.
In "Life After Google," George Gilder contends the age of the "Big Data" tech giants and their centralized, top-down hierarchical world is about to end, largely because their "neo-Marxist, deterministic" worldview is "fundamentally flawed."
But what will the digital world look like "after Google"?
In an interview with WND, Gilder – whose 1981 book "Wealth and Poverty" was Ronald Reagan's guidebook for his economic revolution and whose 1994 book "Life After Television" predicted the current digital world with astounding specificity – spoke of a frontier of free enterprise that will look more like the original internet of limitless possibilities but be bolstered by a new architecture called the "cryptocosm."