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If Al Gore had never invented the Internet</joke> what would you be doing for a living? What career path would you have taken if there was no such thing as the Internet and all of the advanced networking that has come as a result of it or types of jobs that have spawned from it. Think a little bit, the Internet has created a lot of new types of businesses.
For me, I probably would have either completed my Archaeology degree or gone into Real Estate. Totally opposite sides of the scale, eh? Would have been cool to do both though - I could excavate ancient villages, then sell them. :P
After you come up with an answer, here is the fun part ... Pick two associates or co-workers who work in an internet-related industry: the one you like the most, and the one you like the least. What would THEY be doing for a living? :)
When I grow up though, I want to be a helicopter...
[edited by: digitalghost at 9:43 pm (utc) on May 10, 2004]
I'd still be the electrician I am today and I might still be doing some DJ work on the side.
I don't have any co-workers in the web business but I'm sure the one I like would be working in an airconditioned office and the one I don't care for would be laying hot tar on the roads in the summer and laid off in the winter
Oh, god... I have no clue. I have an English degree but I know that you just don't make money as a writer.
At least writers have a chance - I have a philosophy degree! ;)
Uh oh...I'm doomed then... BFA in visual arts, BA in philosophy, pursuing grad degree in the latter :-/
Since I'm on the way down anyway, should I buy the shopping cart to push around the alleys, or just steal it?
I think I just answered the original question...