I think a new divide has opened up, one that is based far more on choice than on circumstance. Several million people (and the number is growing, daily) have chosen to become the haves of the Internet, and at the same time that their number is growing, so are their skills.
Seth goes on to discuss the digerati who are miles ahead of most of us and are the more influential at setting the agenda.
As a result, your most-connected, most influential customers are part of the digerati. They can make or break your product, your service or even your religion's new policies. Because the Net is now a broadcast (and a narrowcast) medium, the digerati can spread ideas.
It's those who keep up with the new tools and continually upgrade their skills who will be the winners in the new economy.