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Named after Seth Godin's innovative book, IdeaVirus rants about internet communities, marketing and empowering the masses.

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Wikinomics and StarfishvilpponenWikinomics

Wed, 07 Mar 2007 07:05:49 +0000

Being even more intrigued by the HBR IdeaCast I mentioned in the previous post, I ordered Wikinomics from the net. It started off interestingly describing how a very traditional and secretive industry, mining, has used mass collaboration to find gold in old mines. I’m all for this and believe companies can do a lot more […]

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HBR IdeaCast interviews Don TapscottvilpponenHBR IdeaCast

Tue, 27 Feb 2007 20:54:26 +0000

There’s a short, but informative podcast on Harvard Business Review IdeaCast on Wikinomics, the new book authored by Don Tapscott and Anthony D. Williams. It’s about 20 minutes long but has a lot of interesting inside into the mass collaboration that the masses can provide corporations working in both more traditional industries as well as […]

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Burning views on the feedmarket from Feedburnervilpponen

Tue, 27 Feb 2007 07:33:52 +0000

There’s a good report from Feedburner published recently on the RSS subscriptions market. I love when companies open up their statistics this much and share the data with everyone. Interesting to notice that there’s still quite a bit of vacuum in the market. When Google entered the market with their Google Reader it showed a […]

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Why this blog?vilpponen

Mon, 26 Feb 2007 19:21:27 +0000

This is the question I asked my self when I wanted to start this blog. Not that long ago actually – yesterday to be precise. The reason being quite practical – I want to collect links and ideas and discuss them with a bunch of people and through that clarify my own thoughts in the […]

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Panel of Web Community Foundersvilpponen

Sun, 25 Feb 2007 15:18:28 +0000

There isn’t a better way to start a new blog by posting a video of a web community panel hosted by Guy Kawasaki of Garage Ventures. Very interesting stuff, especially the emphasis on the product. The participants in this panel are: Akash Garg of hi5 Sean Suhl of Suicide Girls Max Levchin of Slide James […]

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