Fractals of Change: October 2005

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15 posts from October 2005

October 31, 2005

Bubble 2.0 – Why There’s a Wall Around Your Garden

You, the user, almost always benefit by having a network you are participating in be open.  The leading service providers whose networks you use almost always benefit by keeping More...

October 28, 2005

Bubble 2.0 – Who Owns My Content? (comment)

Photographer Thomas Hawke responed to my previous post with a long comment.  Because the comment is so interesting and because it is invisible to anyone who reads my blog via RSS feed or email, I'm reposting the first few p More...

Bubble 2.0 – Who Owns My Content?

Who else?  I do, of course.  Right?


October 26, 2005

dotHill Press

"We gotta have an imprint,” More...

October 23, 2005

Good News – People are Social Animals

It turns out that we voluntarily do thing we don’t get paid for, even for strangers.  Sometimes we even do good anonymously.  Now go f More...

October 21, 2005

Bubble 2.0 – Extra Value Networks

Web 2.0 (aka Bubble 2.0) companies are often valued on their network effect.  Skype is a spectacular example of that.  This network ef More...

October 19, 2005

Bubble 2.0 – Amateur Hour

My wife Mary tells a story about being a young American woman in  Paris.  She was in her miniskirt waiting on the corner for her boyfr More...

October 17, 2005

Bubble 2.0 – Reed’s Law is Wrong (I think)

Dr. David P. Reed is a very smart and thoughtful person.  Reed’s Law (see More...

October 14, 2005

Bubble 2.0 – The Long Tail of Supply

Bubble 2.0 aka Web 2.0 is upon is.  Like every bubble, there will be opportunities to create great fortunes, opportun More...

October 12, 2005

The Lulu Blooker Prize (and a little controversy)

Lulu, a print-on-demand publisher, has announced the Lulu Blooker Prize< More...

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