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December 30, 2009


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Jay Lewis

Nice retrospective. Regarding #2, I've found myself coming back to The Cluetrain Manifesto quite a bit. Its four authors rightly predicted ten years ago that the internet revolution wasn't about the technology behind it, but rather about changing the way people interact and communicate.

David Gutting

The Cluetrain Manifesto was indeed breakthrough thinking, one of those rare pieces that looked at the unexpected and not the obvious.

The technology of the Web is not reallt that amazing and in some ways it is odd that it took so long to evolve from the time we first started connecting computers.

I always believe that understanding how people communicate is the key to everything. People are communication machines. We need to understand that about ourselves.

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ed hardy

Yeah, I think it's hard to see how traditional trade publications can survive much longer in print

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