Tag Archives: B2C

Emerging Ecosystems & Platforms

I’m at David Kirkpatrick’s iMeme conference in SF. It’s likely going to be a treat. The speakers and the attendees are of great caliber. As an ex-platform guy who’s recently spent a lot of time thinking about social infrastructure, I’m … Continue reading

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Social Commerce

I finally did it. Earlier in the week I noticed that Wikipedia didn’t have a page for social commerce, so I tried to create one. 30+mins into it, IE 7.0.5730.11 crashed (too many tabs open) and I lost my work. … Continue reading

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E-Commerce 2.0

The “2.0” in the name is, of course, a play on the 2.0 naming craze of the day but the subject of the article I wrote for Web 2.0 Journal is real (see “E-Commerce 2.0” – The Velvet Revolution). I … Continue reading

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Flickr Photos Geotagged at 50K/hour

Flickr finally released its geotagging feature. It’s a simple drag’n’drop interface onto a Yahoo! map. 1.2M geotagged photos in 24 hours is about 50K/hour, which is an impressive rate even for a feature that was “pre-sold” for a while. There … Continue reading

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