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“ Technology is making gestures precise and brutal, and with them men. ” —Theodor Adorno
The futures bright. The futures Orange· However, all nodes of a network are necessary for the network�s performance.· Give up control and get ready for much larger things to come back to you!· Basically, the content industry starting with music is rightfully worried about distribution becoming free.· Not intelligence per se but an abstract life none the less.
Good sex starts before the first touch and lingersbeyond the last. Deliver user-centred networks
There is no shame in not knowing; the shame lies innot finding out.· Pursue drastic and large-scale innovation within and on the fringes of WMG.· Content and context = kings! otherwise you will not get people to pay any attention to you.· Lets build some critical feedback loops along these confusing trajectories.· Here every individual is defined alongside a whole bunch of other individuals creating a matrix of social relationships.
“ Microsoft is engaging in unlawful predatory practices that go well beyond the scope of fair competition. ” —Orrin Hatch
Knowledge is not the main thing, but deeds.· Think about the community invention of the @ reply.· Attention is the New Currency!· Broadcast less to the masses, and start narrow-casting to the ones that actally want you· Twenty-Nine years later in October Barrett Lyon successfully completed his effort to provide an open source map of the Internet.
In conclusion· Visualize rich-client niches· Mesh B2C weblogs· Remix citizen-media synergies· and remember: When ambition ends, happiness begins.
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