Fractals of Change: May 2006

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19 posts from May 2006

May 15, 2006

You Always Bet the Company

Fred Wilson blogged about “betting the company.”  Great postMore...

May 13, 2006

Penny per Customer Cost for Disaster Mitigation Too Much for Bells

Jeff Pulver and I filed our responseMore...

May 10, 2006

Answering Iran

President Bush probably shouldn’t and probably won’t answer the mail from Iran’s scary President Ahmadinejad, part of which is a rambling attack on secular democracy. More...

Social Tagging and Fractals of Change

Bloggers like to be read; why else would they blog?  Social tagging services drive traffic to blogs as More...

May 09, 2006

Vonage IPO and SPIT

SPIT is Spam over IP Telephony.

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May 07, 2006

How Readers Find Blogs

There are five basic ways that readers find new blogs to read: recommendations by strangers aka social tagging services (see immediately below), recommendations from friends, recommendations by robots, links from other blo More...

May 04, 2006

We Have a Winner

There are actually two winners to my nerd challenge: describe the longest running More...

May 03, 2006

Follow the (Oil) Money

There’s a lot of energy money around and everyone wants a piece of it – not a very inspiring spectacle and perhaps very dangerous.  Or, to a wild optimist, maybe a chance for fre More...

May 01, 2006

Why a Great Programmer is Worth Fifty Good Ones

Great programmers are orders of magnitude more productive than merely good programmers.  It’s like basketball players.  Michael Jordan More...

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