- The Daily Telegraphin Bagdadin-kirjeenvaihtajan tarina –
- Why newspapers can’t stop the presses – Alan D. Mutter osoittaa, mikä Jeff Jarvisin online only kannattaa! -laskelmissa on vikana
- Chris Anderson: The Economics of Giving It Away (WSJ) – What about those companies trying to build a business on the Web? In the old days (that would be until September of last year) the model was pretty simple. 1. Have a great idea. 2. Raise money to bring it to market, ideally free to reach the largest possible market. 3. If it proves popular, raise more money to scale it up. 4. Repeat until you're bought by a bigger company.
Now steps 2 through 4 are no longer available. So Web startups are having to do the unthinkable: come up with a business model that brings in real money while they're still young.
This is, of course, nothing new in the world of business. But it is a bit of a shock in the Web world, where "attention" and "reputation" are the currencies most in demand, with the expectation that a sufficient amount of either would turn into money someday, somehow.
- Miltä näyttää Obaman photo op valokuvaajan näkökulmasta? (video) –
- The Hairdressers with Supposedly Funny Pun Names Pool –
- Jason Calacanis: We Live in Public (and the end of empathy) – Harris’ Law: At some point, all humanity in an online community is lost, and the goal becomes to inflict as much psychological suffering as possible on another person.
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