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Chris Anderson on FREE: The Future of Radical Price


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StrongHearts Avatar
Posted: 07.29.10, 09:40 PM
As hungry and maybe angry or disillusioned or "politically" or "financially motivated" or whatever... I see this not all the truth... "leaks" manipulate and are limited. Not honorable in their interest and or intention. These obscure news sources - not even the big established will outright attack one another unless through comedy. Needless to say all they want to advertise their own "product". I do not believe all I read or hear. The truth within this leak must be seen as partial... but whose is to say what is true and what is not. Unfortunate? You betcha! Pilamaya
thenewuswoman Avatar
Posted: 07.28.10, 09:38 AM
When you rely on "leaks" to find out the truth, then you realize the traditional news sources are falling down on the job. I get my news up to the minute online; newspapers are a waste of trees and the "personal interest" stories are usually paid advertisements.
stockjones Avatar
Posted: 11.15.09, 04:23 AM
True there is a lot of crap on youtube. But as Chris hinted thats subjective isn't it? Secondly, a lot of those arguments come from an older mindset of centralized controlled entertainment. The arrogant assumption that a few in control of media understand best what the audience should or wants to see. So yes you will find junk on youtube, but you'll also find gems and unique ideas that you would never get to enjoy or discover in the days prior the internet.
Antiks Avatar
Posted: 11.11.09, 02:08 AM
Jon Lajoie is a You Tube success story. Low budget, but funny and talented. His career is just now taking off. Yeah, there's a lot of garbage out there.
Bob B Avatar
Bob B
Posted: 08.19.09, 01:22 PM
I was very surprised to hear Chris Anderson defending Wikipedia as a credible source until I came across the following analysis showing that in his book Chris heavily borrowed from Wikipedia himself. He was even accused of plagiarizing.
pokerandwine Avatar
Posted: 08.06.09, 11:51 AM
Invent awesome products, services or content + give it away for free on internet + get the traffic + charge for advertisement + sell the products/services/content = new successful I-business model???
haroldcabezas Avatar
Posted: 07.30.09, 07:06 AM
Great interview! Thanks for has been uploading some incredible material lately!! Cheers!
Timothy_Z Avatar
Posted: 07.29.09, 02:00 PM
Now if only they used those 18 hours for additional research and contemplation.