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August 25, 2008 in News | 3 comments
My first piece about the Obama Convention. (I know that’s a terrible headline, but I’m busy and don’t have time to make it better. And it doesn’t matter anyway.)
Gregory Y on August 25, 2008 at 2:13 pm
I you want to see how his e-vernance is going to look and feel, you don’t need to wait. Just observe what is happening now in SF Bay Area, where Obamanation supporters are already in power. Crime wave which is unheard of in what is known in US as the third world countries of Central and South America, corruption, incompetence, and complete disregard for constituency.
By the way, I am not supporter of McCain. I also want CHANGE, but I want the real one, not just a slogan and a bumper sticker.
Doc Searls on August 25, 2008 at 6:15 pm
Gregory, what would real CHANGE be?
Mike Warot on August 26, 2008 at 12:18 pm
Doc, the change we need is far more radical than a lot of people are probably comfortable believing, but we can choose to go along with the flow of history, or just waste even more time and energy swimming against it…. I wrote up my list of things that I think need to change on my blog at
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@jeffjarvis @JPBarlow Thought: publisher and advertiser appetite for "content" is what sphinctered the paid #journalism market to near-zip.
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@jeffjarvis And @JPBarlow once said, long ago, "I didn't start hearing about content until the container business felt threatened."
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@davewiner @janl Right. Follow the money. And the fashion. Algorithms are the new black—and they go so well with Big Data and surveillance.
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