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At DEMO and in the weeks since, I've been asked many times why the conference didn't offer a focus on social networking. There is, of course, one very practical reason: No compelling new services were coming to market in the DEMO 2004 timeframe. But that's the easy out.

As I've written before, social networking eludes a business model that makes fundamental sense. Without a clear avenue t......

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In the last week alone, I've been asked to make job referrals (both by seekers and hiring managers), I've connected with long- lost colleagues, I've linked businesses interested in doing business together. I've also refused to make an introduction because I knew no good value would come from it. And I know that as I begin work on a new project, I will tur......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Chris Shipley 03/01/04


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