Hard to believe it’s been 10 years since the dotcom bust. On March 10, 2000 the Nasdaq peaked at 5,048.62. Then it promptly nose-dived, never to see that level again. What happened next was the great dotcom bust that sent the US economy into a tailspin, salvaged in the last decade — only temporarily — by Web 2.0. As we await Web 3.0, and still-to-come better days in Silicon Valley and beyond, here’s Wired’s look back at the products, the players and the promises of the dotcom era, and where they are now.
Click here to read Wired’s “10 Years After: The Dotcom Boom and Bust.”