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In-App Commerce

App stores stifle innovation – they are damage, and the Internet will eventually route around them. http://battellemedia.com/archives/2015/01/3-waves-mobile-revenue.php Continue reading

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Fat

​Fat.com is a new portal providing services for the big beautiful people of the world. Our site helps you to find everything you need from healthy low cholesterol diets, to other singles that want to meet plus- sized people. Our … Continue reading
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AWESOME: “it comes down to owning your own domain”

One reason I don’t post on LinkedIn that often is my habit of writing here: there are very few times I come up with an idea that doesn’t feel like it belongs on my own site. And by the time I’ve posted it here, it seems like overkill to go ahead and repost it over […] Continue reading

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Scope Notes

Back in the days of paper, the most advanced information retrieval systems were “indexing” and “abstracting” services, which used “controlled vocabulary” thesauri to systematically organize access to information via the very carefully — yes, even meticulously — managed semantics of the abstracting / indexing service (and the associated thesaurus / “authorized vocabulary”). One very important […] Continue reading

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In the beginning was the Word — and the word was either “chicken” or “egg”

Before there were 4-letter words, there were sounds and grunts, moans and groans, various degrees of articulation. At some point, writing came along. More recently: print, publishing, and now media channels. I was chatting with a friend the other day — and we both affirmed that beyond the shadow of a doubt the number of […] Continue reading

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