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Will Vista be the last great O/S?

George Gilder of Wired has a article worth slowing down and reading. What it supposes is that the desktop is dead and that the Internet cloud is our future. He calls it the dawning of the petabyte age.

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Symbiotic Relationships in Play

One of the fundamental truths about the high technology market today, is that consumers have tremendous power. Market power used to be much like a big castle surrounded by high walls and a moat to control access — Dell, Intel, and the former AT&T are all examples of companies that fared well under that model.  More

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Collective Intelligence: What is it really?

One idea discussed at the web 2.0 conference was “what is collective intelligence”. Is it what some have said about things like Yahoo’s Flicker — that community tagging allows all to more easily find content they couldn’t have found before? In other words groups doing things that collectively add something to the whole? OReilly describes  More

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Top 10 Ideas from Web 2.0 Summit

My top 10 ideas or reflections from Web 2.0 conference this week in San Francisco. #1 There’s a real Heirarchy in Value Creation Apps beat features. Online applications beat packaged applications. “Open” applications beat online applications (meaning those you can build on or get your data out of). Platforms beat any application. Customer experience beats  More

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"Outsides" building your stuff?

Recently, Yahoo announced they were letting “outsiders” build their email solution. Why would they do that, some might ask? Why would they not, is what I’m thinking. Get the best ideas to come help you and not only will it be potentially incredible, but they will have a sense of “ownership” of your offer. Can  More

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“Outsides” building your stuff?

Recently, Yahoo announced they were letting “outsiders” build their email solution. Why would they do that, some might ask? Why would they not, is what I’m thinking. Get the best ideas to come help you and not only will it be potentially incredible, but they will have a sense of “ownership” of your offer. Can  More

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