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n that works well for the products and services that Sharpcast is building, but I don't think he's being entirely self-serving, as evidenced in a follow-on post on the topic.

For all the dialog on this question, though, perhaps one bit of feedback nailed the Web 2.0 question best of all. Wrote David Cutler:
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Source:wistechnology.com By Chris Shipley 05/23/06


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