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Mike Maples — Big waves are driven by discontinuous technology changes. The key is to find a discontinuous technology change and time it just right. For example, in social networking, Tribe and Friendster were a little too early. Facebook and LinkedIn were just right. Twitter happened a little later. After that, it became very very difficult
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