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Clay Shirky on KQED

I wanted to use Clay Shirky’s promotional tour of his latest book as a pretext to criticise his work, but… he is really good. It’ll let you listen if you want to save on your book budget. Three elements in … Continue reading

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Mickael Arrington interviews David Kirkpatrick

Mickael Arrington interviewed David Kirkpatrick about his latest book: a very interesting conversation, less simplistic and as funny as his subsequent blog post where he compares Kirkpatrick to a teenager in love. The complicity between tech journalist is interesting—and characteristic … Continue reading

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Network externalities

An old wound came up while reading the last post Nick Carr’s excellent blog: the distinction between the different type of network externalities is not very well know.  The idea is not well known enough to be recognized by search … Continue reading

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