Jean-Pierre Rosso on Technology
Question: Has technology changed the way you work and live?
Jean-Pierre Rosso: Well, for all the people like me this has been quite a change, and it has the most amazing thing for people of my generation is to changing pace, I mean now it is real time 24\7 world wide okay, when I started in business I used to send a telex and wait for an answer may be three days later and now of course you read earlier, read if you can, you read a Chinese paper the same morning the same time Chinese read there papers, so and as I said it is real time all the time and that as an unbeleiveable change.
Date Added: 03/19/2008
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