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Rapid, radical technology advances have always disrupted the status quo and created a generation of marketplace winners and losers. In 1860, there were probably Pony Express riders who sat around after a long day's ride and joked that the transcontinental telegraph wouldn't become commercially viable even though everyone recognized its potential. Even President Abraham Lincoln called the plan to stretch cable over the Rocky Mountains and through hostile Indian Territory next to impossible.
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