Daily Archives: Thursday, April 6, 2006

What worries Matt McAlister about the term Web 2.0

What worries Matt McAlister about the term ‘Web 2.0′: (You go, brother.) “Of course, the name “Web 2.0″ was coined by a geek for geeks. It turns out that it’s still too opaque for most people to understand….I’m hoping the … Continue reading

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Podcasting’s pundits suffer from macro-myopia

Podcasting’s pundits suffer from macro-myopia: For as long as there has been a rexblog, I’ve been crediting Paul Saffo with helping me understand the phenomenon he calls “macro-myopia.” (Last year, he e-mailed me this background on the concept.) In short, … Continue reading

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Tear it down and build a theme park

Tear it down and build a theme park: My friend Mark Oldham notes a developing story that’s getting little press in Nashville, but could have significant impact here: the parent company of Opry Mills is under formal investigation by the … Continue reading

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Celebrate Tartan Day

Celebrate Tartan Day: Today is Tartan Day in North America. The event’s biggest backers (translation: Glenfiddich) would like April 6 to be for the Scottish diaspora what St. Patrick’s Day is for Irish Americans. Sounds like a great idea to … Continue reading

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