- The Official Netflix Blog: Friends Update - Wasn't something I used but seems counter general trends to kill social recommendation.
- Brocade’s unraveling - "The OEM channel is popular in tech because it removes the expense and exasperation of selling to end-users. You work with fellow engineers at the OEM to qualify the product and their sales people do the work. You don’t think you need much marketing – really, you do, but few realize that – and very few sales people. And the sales people you do need are the cool, savvy relationship cultivators, not the high-pressure closers. It’s almost all good. The bad is the loss of control. Other people position you, test you, support you and ultimately use you for their gain. That can work well if, like DEC early on, your widget is buried inside another product and you’re free to market to end-users."
- How Privacy Vanishes Online, a Bit at a Time - NYTimes.com - "But Jon Kleinberg, a professor of computer science at Cornell University who studies social networks, is skeptical that rules will have much impact. His advice: “When you’re doing stuff online, you should behave as if you’re doing it in public — because increasingly, it is.”"
Thursday, March 18, 2010
Posted by Gordon Haff at 9:19 AM