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Subject:Re: cluetrain From:Sean Wheller <sean -at- inwords -dot- co -dot- za> To:techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com Date:Mon, 12 Jun 2006 17:56:37 +0200
On Monday 12 June 2006 17:38, Combs, Richard wrote:
> Sean Wheller wrote:
> > No takers. But it was also interesting to see that all
> > serious comment was off-list. I wonder what that says.
> That they thought their comments would be more interesting to you than
> to the list?
Perhaps. Each to their own.
> That most of us haven't thought much about the Cluetrain
> Manifesto since the tech bubble burst?
Not sure I see the connection. Is there something about cluetrain pre-tech
bubble burst that I missed?
All I remember of the burst is that the parties were better before it did so.
> You do realize that site and book are seven years old, right? In
> internet time, I believe that's the Mesozoic Era.
Yes, I do realize that. Do you think the age means it is no longer applicable?
Perhaps it is even more applicable today than when it was published. If so,
would it be classed as ahead of its time? Or is it simply a rebirth?
Ask me about the Monkey.
sean -at- inwords -dot- co -dot- za
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