Steve Wozniak, Apple-Mitgründer, hält es anlässlich der Überbewertung von Web-2.0- und Social-Networking-Angeboten für möglich.
Der britischen Zeitung Daily Telegraph sagte er:
In fact he believes: “It is time for the whole computer industry to maybe have a bit of a slowdown. For twenty years we have been in this replacement and upgrade market,” he says. “It is very easy to postpone that when there are financial irregularities.”
He says investment houses’ over-valuation of web 2.0 and social networking websites could even lead to a minor version of the dotcom crash which saw $5 trillion wiped of the market values of technology companies between March 2000 and October 2002.
Lutz Poessnek von sillicon.de hat sich das Interview mal genauer angeschaut.