Read this excerpt from "Why No Policeman on the Block?" Already, young computer nerds who have attempted to fill this curious vacuum by writing simple directories for the Internet have amassed fabulous fortunes overnight when their companies went public. Netscape’s co-founder Jim Clark’s fortune ballooned to an astonishing half billion dollars the day the company went public. (Clark reached billionaire status only eighteen months after starting his company; it took Bill Gates, co-founder of Microsoft, twelve years.) Which is the most accurate summary of Kaku’s argument? 1 Young people interested in pursuing Internet-related careers are likely to accomplish financial success. 2 The rapid success of Netscape’s launch is proof that there is a demand for Internet directories. 3 Internet commerce moguls, such as Jim Clark, will generate billions of dollars in profits for their companies. 4 Innovative individuals, such as Jim Clark, will greatly assist the future of Internet efficiency.
B) The rapid success of Netscape’s launch is proof that there is a demand for Internet directories. just took it