Fractals of Change: May 2006

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19 posts from May 2006

May 31, 2006

Fact and Theory and Global Warming

Fact is that there aren’t many facts. But the difference between theory and fact is crucial in science and crucial to informed citizens who need to make crucial choices – some of which are based on fact and some on scienti More...

May 30, 2006


Phil Hollows, founder and CEO of FeedBlitz LLC, More...

May 25, 2006

Vonage IPO – How The Bankers May Make a Bundle More Despite the Bust

In some case, the bankers who manage a stock offering can make more money from a bust than a success. It happens when the green shoe drops.


Vonage IPO – When the Crowd Is Always Wrong

With hindsight, of course, the poor performance of the Vonage IPO was predictable.  For the record, I More...

May 24, 2006

Bipartisanship Flu

The Centers for Spin Control (CSC) believe they have isolated the meme responsible for the sudden outbreak of bipartisanship in the US Congress.  Observers have been alarmed to s More...

May 23, 2006

M2Z – The Chinese Internet @Home

What’s not to like?  Startup M2Z backed by a bevy of beefy VCs including Kleine More...

May 21, 2006

Blogging Science Without a License

Reader lucinda questions my authority to write that junk science is being practiced with regard to global warming.  Questioning authority is good. More...

The Longest Running Program – Reader Explanation

Several readers correctly specified that the algorithm for the longest running program More...

May 18, 2006

Recovery 2.0 – A Plan

Thanks to Jeff Jarvis, I’m at an More...

May 17, 2006

When and When Not To Bet The Company

You DON’T bet your company on tactics.  You don’t (or shouldn’t) bet your company on every decision you make.  This discussion started More...

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