Biweekly links for 08/01/2008
- The Five Big Mistakes That Changed My Life and How I Moved Past Them
- Thoughtful piece on mistakes from the founder of Pets.com
- So open it hurts | San Francisco online
- An extraordinary article about an extraordinary (ex)-couple.
- SEC To Recognize Corporate Blogs as Public Disclosure
- May have interesting unforseen consequences. It certainly increases the impetus for every large company to be a media company.
- Doc Searls Weblog · A unit of what?
- Knol is already becoming a den of spam
- Savage Minds: How to do research – special free sample
- “Key…is having a discovery network in place to do the grunt work of navigating through the data smog for you…constructing a discovery network is central …, because it makes you ask yourself who you are and what sort of things you want to discover.”
- Center for Citizen Media: Journalists and Communities: What I Told AJR
- “Newspapers have at least two more huge opportunities…”
- Chemistry Crowdsourcing and Open Notebook Science
- Alex Resnick: the unused leverage of diy science
- “There is a significant opportunity for hackers and makers to capitalize on their community’s relative agility and flexibility to make a series of tools and platforms that scientists don’t even know they need.”
- Shtetl-Optimized » The Pareto curve of freedom
- Nice analysis of the connection between economic and political freedom. Comes at a good time for me – I’m reading Milton Friedman’s “Capitalism and Freedom” right at the moment.
- The Windmills of Academia
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