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My friend Paul Kedrosky over at Infectious Greed loves nothing better than a nice juicy research report or scientific study with lots of juicy data points in it (the way some people are with Tim Horton's double-double coffees and apple fritters, Paul is with data). So anyway, he's got a post up about one from…

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Facebook: The startup sandbox

by Mathew on January 25, 2008 · 9 comments

I think it's a bit much to be calling Facebook's platform the "new social operating system," but then I guess when your blog is called Knowledge@Wharton you kind of have to pump things up a bit. What I do think has been happening is that more and more companies are treating it as a kind…

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Tara Hunt of HorsePigCow and Citizen Agency, who joined us at the last mesh conference, has a great post up showing some love for Canuck startups -- including the Shopify.com guys, the ConceptShare.com gang (just one minor correction: they're from Sudbury), the Freshbooks.com team (which includes mesh organizer and Ultimate star Mike McDerment), StumbleUpon.com (now…
Bubble-ology has become a more popular topic than ever now that Time magazine has named You as its annual Person of the Year (no, not you specifically, but the collective you -- or us; oh never mind). In fact, there's quite a bubblicious debate going on between my friend Paul Kedrosky and Josh Quittner of…

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My friend and fellow mesh organizer -- and all-around smart guy -- Stuart MacDonald has a great blog post up today on the end of Web 2.0. But don't get depressed, all you fans of blogs and podcasts and wikis and social media. All Stuart means is that Web 2.0 as a hot new concept…

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