Seth Godin on keeping it small – Signal vs. Noise (by 37signals)
Wow! A lot of buzz around the creation of sub-networks of blogs to appeal to advertisers. Two thoughts strike me : One is that there’s nothing in John Battelle’s address, good though it is, that should surprise anyone who’s read one of the classic, early thinkers on web-publishing. The other, is that aggregation is a […]
Keith To-done is rolling, here : Geek To Live
wikiHow : a giant wiki howTo.
Thinking of working in construction? Don’t bother, advises the Construction Contractor’s Blog : Smart, disorganized people in construction are common and not well compensated nor respected. Being well organized is everything, apparently 🙁 The Construction Contractor’s Blog: Field Management Archives
On the subject of early releases, Slashdot says the Linux Kernel gets a fully automated test across platforms within 15 minutes of release. That’s something to aspire to.
Does Canada suffer from too many small start-ups and not enough medium sized players? Something Ventured – May 20th, 2005
Ultimately what we see is the re-conceiving of the role of the firm. Traditionally the role of the firm has been to increase the efficiency of transaction costs, whereas we see more and more that the firm has to provide opportunities for capability building of the people within the firm. If the firm cannot do […]
Ross Mayfield’s Weblog: A Flip/Flop Bubble of Microventures?
Finally managed to make a DebugCast that didn’t crash my machine. Here it is. Just a simple bug, nailed in the unit-tests. But conclusive evidence that I’m working … 😉