Mobile Phones and Internet : few of best innovations : Survey says !
A panel of eight judges from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania was required to go back only 30 years — not to the dawn of history — when asked a similar question. So its answers, of course, were very different.
In the survey, the Internet was voted the biggest innovation of the last three decades, followed by computers, mobile phones and e-mail. The survey was sponsored by Knowledge@Wharton, the school’s business publication, and PBS’s “Nightly Business Report.”
Good, important choices all, but for classic, long-lasting appeal, they still can’t beat the wheel.
Courtesy : New York Times ,By HYLLIS KORKKI