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» Dumbing Down the Reed's Law Argument from License-Exempt Soweto
Ross and a smart guy I met briefly at an SDForum event are having an enthusiastic debate on Reed's Law at the moment. I think that they are missing the issue of broad applicability of Reed's paper with the confines of Silicon Valley or even Sand Hill R... [Read More]

» RSS from Preoccupations
Back in April, Jason Kottke explained why syndication isn't what RSS is about. Ross Mayfield, commenting on this post, said: What’s changing is the economics of group formation and property. A syndicate is a group or association with rights to [Read More]

» Cost Per Influence from Many-to-Many
Internet advertising was subjected to broadcast media metrics from the beginning. CPM, or Cost Per Thousand Impressions, was borrowed from print and was accepted by traditional advertisers as a measure of reach and frequency. Back then, if a company ha... [Read More]

» Cost Per Influence from The Industry Standard: Guest Blog: Ross Mayfield
Over the course of the week, I'll guest blog about Social Media, Software and Networking and try to bring together these themes in advance of the BlogOn Event. First up, let's plunge ahead into the heart of darkness for Social... [Read More]

» Cost Per Influence from The Industry Standard: Guest Blog: Ross Mayfield
Over the course of the week, I'll guest blog about Social Media, Software and Networking and try to bring together these themes in advance of the BlogOn Event. First up, let's plunge ahead into the heart of darkness for Social... [Read More]

» Cost Per Influence from Many-to-Many
Internet advertising was subjected to broadcast media metrics from the beginning. CPM, or Cost Per Thousand Impressions, was borrowed from print and was accepted by traditional advertisers as a measure of reach and frequency. Back then, if a company ha... [Read More]

» Reed's Law Ripostes from Due Diligence
My little rant on Reed's Law has drawn some replies while I've been off tending to real life. [Read More]

» Cost Per Influence from Many-to-Many
Internet advertising was subjected to broadcast media metrics from the beginning. CPM, or Cost Per Thousand Impressions, was borrowed from print and was accepted by traditional advertisers as a measure of reach and frequency. Back then, if a company ha... [Read More]

» Cost Per Influence from Many-to-Many
Internet advertising was subjected to broadcast media metrics from the beginning. CPM, or Cost Per Thousand Impressions, was borrowed from print and was accepted by traditional advertisers as a measure of reach and frequency. Back then, if a company ha... [Read More]

» Dumbing Down the Reed's Law Argument from License-Exempt Soweto
Ross and a smart guy I met briefly at an SDForum event are having an enthusiastic debate on Reed's Law at the moment. I think that they are missing the issue of broad applicability of Reed's paper with the confines of Silicon Valley or even Sand Hill R... [Read More]

» Cost Per Influence from Many-to-Many
Internet advertising was subjected to broadcast media metrics from the beginning. CPM, or Cost Per Thousand Impressions, was borrowed from print and was accepted by traditional advertisers as a measure of reach and frequency. Back then, if a company ha... [Read More]

» Cost Per Influence from Many-to-Many
Internet advertising was subjected to broadcast media metrics from the beginning. CPM, or Cost Per Thousand Impressions, was borrowed from print and was accepted by traditional advertisers as a measure of reach and frequency. Back then, if a company ha... [Read More]

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