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Author Topic: Radical Transparency in Web2.0 Publishing - Then+Now / Upsides+Risks  (Read 5171 times)

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Chris Anderson's Article on "The Long Tail" and book of the same name was highly influential in taling about non-mainstream markets.

In a two part essay on this blog he talks about issues in transparency and collaborative editing of web 2.0 content:

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Although I'm not promising we'll do all or even most of these things, here are some first thoughts on what a truly transparent media organization would do. (Some of these are based on my experience in open-sourcing my book research on this site, which worked great. Why not apply the same lessons to a magazine?)




from http://www.radaronline.com/
« Last Edit: December 15, 2006, 04:24:48 AM by mouser »

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Re: Radical Transparency in Web2.0 Publishing - Then+Now / Upsides+Risks
« Reply #1 on: December 15, 2006, 04:22:53 AM »
Looks great - will read soon  :D Thanks mouser  :Thmbsup:

I enjoy articles on 'theory' and 'analysis' of new technologies - even if some writers get a bit too philosophical  8)