http://www.net-security.org/secworld.php?id=4002 shows a case of click fraud. Wonder if there is any link fraud cases: somebody creates many pages to link another page to increase its page rank.
Monthly Archives: May 2006
“Systems of the future are model based. Models of the future are active models. They control the execution of processes. […] Configuring models is much faster than recoding. […] This is a big step forward in terms of compliance, productivity, and speed.”
http://code.google.com/webtoolkit/documentation/examples/kitchensink/ very nice example.
I hope to have a pin server so that these people wrote about "attention" can pin it directly.
53,651 is a title of Josh Kopelman's post: http://redeye.firstround.com/2006/05/53651.html
These 53,651 users are subscribers of TechCrunch. I believe they are important since they work as seeds. If they feel ok, they will tell other people. Remeber how gmail does the trick?
Interesting view of decision making: http://www.harvardmagazine.com/on-line/030640.html
If only mouse is needed, its Web 1.0.
If both mouse and keyboard are needed, it's Web 2.0.
More discussion about "Attention and Intention": http://www.attentiontrust.org/node/184
Microsoft is evolving from a sfotware company to a media company. See Microsoft adCenter launched – Ballmer says Microsoft evolving from software to media company
Companies are also considering software as a service, rather then a product. It is worth to consider the meaning of these three.