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August 21, 2009 in Blogging, Fun, News | 1 comment
David Weinberger‘s latest JOHO is up. He unpacks the highlights here. One among many typically quotable nuggets: Transparency brings us to reliability the way objectivity used to.
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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."
@anildash @cwodtke Quite aside from #Cluetrain, "brands as friends" is oxymoronic. @mpared puts it best: slidesha.re/1zZXTeO #VRM
@timolloyd In some cases. But plenty of #Cluetrain theses haven't proven out yet. See: bit.ly/1ohdJRc So we're working on that. #VRM
@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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