Archive for February, 2005

Techdirt:Does The Wall Street Journal Risk Becoming Irrelevant?

In keeping with The New Ground’s basic paradigm of Internet disruption, Techdirt asks – Does The Wall Street Journal Risk Becoming Irrelevant?. Does The Wall Street Journal Risk Becoming Irrelevant? Predictions Contributed by Mike on Thursday, February 24th, 2005 @ 03:04AM from the learn-to-play-online dept. Last year, Adam Penenberg knocked the NY Times for becoming […]

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Burnham's Beat: The Death of Compiled Applications

Burnhams’ Beat describes The Death of Compiled Applications: Data was the first and most logical component piece to be pulled out of applications and from that a giant industry was created, databases.  Later, client-server architectures broke applications into muliple pieces and separated applications functions, but they didn’t actually pull a lot of functionality out of […]

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Financial Supply Chain

While wandering the Web, I stumbled across a company, Prime Revenue, that offers to optimize the "financial supply chain" of its customers.  PrimeRevenue is the key to a financially optimized supply chain.  For Buyers and Suppliers. Our program is an innovative and unparalleled solution that brings the benefits of information technology to the financial supply […]

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Blogging 2.0

I believe Fred Wilson nails it in this post.. That was Blogging 1.0.  We knew back then that the web was a great platform for personal expression.  All three businesses still exist.  Two of them exist inside of web portals and About.com apparently is going to get sold soon, apparently to the New York Times […]

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