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    Andreessen confirms Ning business model

    Marc Andreessen popped into Alex Barnett's comments to confirm the business goals of Ning. In response to Alex's well-written analysis of what Ning is trying to accomplish, Marc commented:"Alex -- your description of what we are trying to do is very well said. It's an experiment, but those are the...

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    Web 2.0 Conference Post Round-up

    The conference is over now and so here's a summary of my blog output from it. I was pumping out the real-time notes over the last 3 days! I didn't have much time for analysis - my brain was full to the brim just absorbing everything. I intend to dive...

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    Web 2.0 Conference: Ad Models: A New Approach to Marketing?

    Real-time blogging going on here... Jeff Jarvis, President & Creative Director, Advance.net Dick Costolo, CEO, Feedburner Matt Cutts, Software Engineer, Google Chas Edwards, Vice President, Sales & Market Development, Federated Media Publishing Brian McAndrews, President and CEO, aQuantive Mark Pincus, Founder, tribe.net Time: 11:15am - 12:30pmpowerpoint about Distributed advertising Intro by...

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    Web 2.0 Weekly Wrap-up, 26 Sep – 2 Oct 2005

    This week: Defining Web 2.0, Web-based office, Yahoo media/tv, Google Wifi, Techie Post of the Week: Tim O'Reilly's What is Web 2.0. sponsored by:Defining Web 2.0A lot of online trees were felled this week to write about what Web 2.0 means. Tim O'Reilly's definition is a very comprehensive one and is...

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    Web 2.0 Weekly Wrap-up, 19-25 Sep 2005

    This week: Microsoft vs Google, Web 2.0 coverage galore, Web 2.0 Conference, The Real World: yoga blogging, Techie post of the week: Mini-Microsoft. Microsoft vs Google Over the last week the number of stories about Microsoft vs Google has reached a crescendo. The best one was a story by CNET...

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    MSN vs WebMachine

    CNET takes an interesting look at Microsoft's history in the Web era and suggests that MSN may now be a key part of Microsoft's Web 2.0 strategy. They write that MSN is already being used as a platform for Windows software releases:"The search service in Windows Vista, for example, shipped...

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    6-Figure Blogging

    Darren Rowse (who earns nearly US$200k a year from blogging) has published an interview with fellow "six figure blogger" The Manolo. Here's how The Manolo, who blogs about shoes, makes his/her money:"In the order of importance, the affiliate sales of the shoes and the fashion, the contextual ads like the...

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    RSS Aggregators, commoditization and value-add

    Over on my ZDNet blog I've written a couple of posts that extend my analysis of The RSS Space. In the first post I explained the RSS Space categorization some more. I then noted that 4 of the 5 categories are at the mercy of The Big 3 of the...

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    Grokking BBC Online and Web 2.0 media business models

    James MacAonghus from Aqute is writing a series of posts analysing BBC Online, which I highly recommend you check out. In Part 1 James wrote that BBC's online reach has been steadily growing. In Part 2 he drills down into the details. Although BBC has more than one online strategy,...

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    Book deal and new ZDNet blog

    A couple of weeks ago I began my new life as a full-time freelance Web Analyst and Writer. One of the things I'll be doing is co-writing a book for O'Reilly Media on the topic of Web 2.0. I started writing it this week.I've also just started a ZDNet blog,...

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    The RSS Space defined

    I recently finished a report on 'The RSS Space' for a client. In it I mapped out the current RSS vendor landscape, building on a blog post that Brad Feld wrote well over a year ago.I've decided to publish the vendor map onto a JotSpot Wiki as a kind of...

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    A New Beginning

    Today is my first day as a full-time freelancer, doing Web analysis and writing. It's also my birthday, so double reason to celebrate :-) I finished up at my day job yesterday, so as of today I'm working 100% virtually - with people and companies from Silicon Valley, Britain, perhaps even...

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    Web 2.0 Weekly Wrap-up, 15-21 August 2005

    sponsored by:Onfolio is offering R/WW readers a coupon code entitling the bearer to $30 off a purchase of Onfolio Professional before August 31st (a 30% saving off the normal $99.95 price). To use the coupon, enter it at the time of purchase. Coupon Code: RM857202This week: New apps on the...

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    Blog Networks are the new black

    This from Sir Robert Scoble:"Watch for more business deals and from places you wouldn't expect them. I'm hearing from several of my friends, for instance, that AOL is looking for media properties blogging networks."Interesting... I wonder if AOL read my Network of Niches post - I know some MSN folks...

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    Exciting Times

    I've resigned from my day job, so in 4 weeks time I will be fully self-employed. I'll be doing freelance analysis and writing work, plus an exciting project which I will advise you of soon. I've been extremely busy lately, hence the relative lack of blogging. But soon I'll be...

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    Points of Presence

    - Google does RSS... sort of (you can now add RSS feeds to your Personalized page by clicking 'Create a Section'. It's made with cool Ajax, but this is no RSS Aggregator folks... come on Google, you can do much better!)- Attention Trust is a project led by Steve Gillmor...

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    Web 2.0 Weekly Wrap-up, 11-17 July 2005

    sponsored by:This week: The future of RSS, Amazon turns 10, Yahoo HotJobs, big bucks for blogging, techie post of the week - RSS systems.New Sponsor & Special Offer For R/WW ReadersI'm pleased to announce Onfolio as the new sponsor of the Weekly Wrap-Up! To celebrate, Onfolio has a special offer...

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    Web 2.0 Weekly Wrap-up, 20-26 June 2005

    sponsored by:This week: Wrap of Microsoft RSS news, reblog/reblg, Attention, Yahoo 360 go-live, Late Show style Top Ten for Web 2.0.Microsoft RSS WrapThe biggest story of the week, probably even the year, was Microsoft's bearhug embrace of RSS. They got Dave Winer's blessing and they made all the right sounds...

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    Good Blogs

    For some reason, three of my favourite blogs posted self-referential reflection posts at pretty much the same time. An excuse for me to pay homage to them (and some other blogs I enjoy). In no particular order:a) PaidContent.org is the most professional blog that I know of and I've been...

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    Google website ranking patent – but does it account for RSS and APIs?

    On 31 March 2005 a Google US patent was made public that reveals interesting data on how they rank your website. Patent number 20050071741 was actually filed on 30 September 2003, but it was only made public at the end of March. Darren Yates did some analysis on it -...

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