Mena Trott

President and Co-founder of Six Apart

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Dedicated blogger and President and Co-founder of Six Apart, a San Francisco, California-based provider of blogging tools and hosting services

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Time magazine says forget the Great Man theory of history. Because of the Internet, says Time, "the many" are taking power from "the few."

Time and the Internet

Time magazine says forget the Great Man theory of history. Because of the Internet, says Time, "the many" are taking power from "the few."

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