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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, doc -at- edwordsmith -dot- com Date:Mon, 12 Jun 2006 23:07:32 +0200
On Monday 12 June 2006 22:42, doc -at- edwordsmith -dot- com wrote:
> On Monday 12 June 2006 08:56, Sean Wheller wrote:
> > > 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.
> [The intent of the following is to frame the Cluetrain Manifesto in
> historic context. Though it will be taken by most as OT pedantic droning, I
> post it to the list with the hope that it will be stolen and republished by
> some famous author who will eventually have to pay me royalties. I'm wide
> open to that.]
> Once upon a time, in a business model not so far away...
Brilliant, really. Thanks for that.
Ask me about the Monkey.
sean -at- inwords -dot- co -dot- za
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