Monthly Archives: July 2009

Chris Anderson’s “Free” isn’t Perfect, But I Think He’s Right (Part 2)

In my last post, I covered mostly the “Free isn’t perfect” part. So here’s why I think he’s right: While I think that Anderson overstated the whole “Free as a business model” thing at the expense of what I think … Continue reading

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Chris Anderson’s “Free” isn’t Perfect, But I Think He’s Right. (Part 1)

I downloaded Chris Anderson’s Free: The Future of a Radical Price from iTunes this weekend. (And I downloaded it for free, naturally.) I was a fan of The Long Tail. It wasn’t always spot on, it was a simplification, and … Continue reading

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Slightly too long to tweet…

Looking at the obits for Robert McNamara, one thing strikes me… He represented the forefront of a a new generation that saw computers as capable of ushering in a new age of scientific management. Almost fifty years later, and the … Continue reading

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