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  • The words I searched were doc searls rob cottingham profitable tragedy. Google found nothing, but gave me three pages of results, including misspellings of Searls. Yahoo delivered four results, including exactly the page I was looking for. In fact, every test I do, for every day of my old blog, brings up a Yahoo result. (One sample.) To Google ...
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  • There is a mentality that cannot see a commons without imagining a profitable tragedy, and it finds full expression in their boardrooms. Half a year after Doc Searls posted this warning, it’s already starting to come true. The issue is not business versus the Internet.
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  • Doc Searls' Reboot8 presentation here, well done! Doc gets right to the point in this slide here. His pics from Reboot8 here. The event, by all accounts, was tight - program is here. Stowe Boyd provides a solid review here. Check out Stowe's Reboot8 presentation here, also very well done!
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  • What really happened to the news business. An oral history of the epic collision between journalism and digital technology, 1980 to the present
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  • VIFF 2010 October 17, 2010 VIFF 2010, Redux: The Festival Lives On With VIFF Highlights. Although the 29th annual Vancouver International Film Festival has come to a close, the good folks at VIFF, and the fine folks at the VanCity Theatre, have come up with a way to alleviate the pain of festival's end, by programming a series of favoured features and Festival highlights, all of which will ...
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  • Navigating VIFF 2017: films, tickets, venues, food, transit & more. It's that very special time of year again, when the première arts event of the year — in this case the 36th annual edition of the entirely spectacular and humane Vancouver International Film Festival (VIFF) — is set to get underway, replete with 365+ films from more than 70 countries, commencing two weeks from today, on ...
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  • Increased weediness may sound like a description of the blogosphere, but the term actually refers to one of thirteen categories of the risks of genetic engineering identified by the Union of Concerned Scientists. Divided into "Potential Harms to Health" and "Potential Environmental Risks," this fact sheet catalogs the known risks and points out the limits of our imaginations, alluding to the ...
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  • Cheney was its CEO until 2000. What a sweet subsidiary of Halliburton is KBR, Inc. (formerly Kellogg Brown & Root): WASHINGTON — KBR employees working in Iraq stole weapons, artwork and even gold to make spurs for cowboy boots, former company workers told Senate Democrats today.
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  • February 01, 2003. CRITICS OF THE ... including one that led me to this piece by Doc Searls on the Challenger tragedy, which is still very ... ROBERT KAGAN writes about courage in the face of anti ...
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  • Daily Dose of Dust Jozef Imrich, name worthy of Kafka, has his finger on the pulse of any irony of interest and shares his findings to keep you in-the-know with the savviest trend setters and infomaniacs.
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  • As one of the original founders of the blogging phenomenon, Doc Searls might as well have been one of those five Examiner reporters. Today, in his post he says. To me this is a world where the only success that fully counts is in helping move good ideas along, in helping make this new world a bigger, better and more open place.
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  • It's still a surprise to me to be reading a blog and find a link to this piece of "virtual feces" that I sling against the wall of the web almost daily. This is the 2nd time that I've seen grow-a-brain pick up a link that I've posted, which is kinda' kewl, it's one of my favorite blogs and I've always enjoyed the links that he posts. But a bigger surprise is that anybody actually reads this blog!
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  • White & Case announced that it cutting 3% of its workforce. That includes 70 associates and 90 staffers. As Dan Slater points out in today's THE WALL STREET JOURNAL, this is the second-largest reduction-in-force [RIF] among law firms.. What's interesting about this announcement is that, like many similar law firm RIF blurbs to the media, it was made in perfect corporatese.
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  • Yes, it was. We got to meet Craig Smith, and looks like Doc Searls was there too! He has fab photos. Without naming names, you will see the News-Press journalists. In attendance were families, children, music straight out of Woody Guthrie and great speakers.
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  • They are meeting in droves all across the globe, the bloggers i.e. Bloggers are meeting in Bombay, Chennai, Bangalore, Calcutta, Delhi, London and every other imaginable place where two or more bloggers coexist. Hell, even pre-pubescent Porki’s in SriPerambadur have met over ‘kapi’ to discuss “free-market” fallouts and juxtaposition of the new world order in which Salman Khan is ...
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  • I've linked before to the excellent work of Izabella Kaminska at the FT's Alphaville blog. She's recently started a new series of posts she's calling Web Perestroika: an occasional series lamenting the hypothetical eventuality of a world without a free internet* and the extraordinary implications this could have for markets and companies.
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  • Doc Searls on Newspaper Survival Posted on March 25, 2007 by JoeDuck This is Doc Searls great prescription for ailing newspapers, which are threatened with extinction as online activity trumps all things offline.
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  • Charles Hudson organized The Freemium Summit yesterday in San Francisco.The speakers brought their A-game, including sharing great details about what they've learned about their growth economics. Thanks to River Twitter, and especially the coverage by Marc Perramond (), Jeremy Nusser and Cindy Alvarez (@cindyalvarez), it was hugely valuable even for those of us 3,000 miles away.
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  • NICE WORK IF YOU CAN GET IT: Maxine Waters’ Daughter Profits From Lucrative Campaign Operation. Karen Waters has been on the payroll of her mother’s campaign committee, Citizens for Waters ...
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