Entries from September 2008

No One Wants To Read Your Stupid Blog

September 5th, 2008 · No Comments

Good helpers are hard to find One mistake I have managed to make over and over again in planning my online projects is the assumption that all my friends are going to rush to support it. Typically when I’m imagining the testing process, I write down all my friend’s names and assume they will all [...]

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Categories: Main blog narrative · Theory

Revenue Sharing Solutions

September 4th, 2008 · No Comments

I believe the time is fast approaching in the Web 2.0 world where the next logical step is to compensate people who are generating content for you. The Wikipedias of the world have already cornered the market on convincing people to freely make money for them. The next obvious step in this process is revenue [...]

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Categories: Main blog narrative · Theory

Work-At-Home Conspiracy Theory

September 3rd, 2008 · No Comments

Can you work from anywhere? When did working from home become a conspiracy? The more I think about starting an internet business or sticking my neck out there as a freelance consultant, the more apparent it has become that working from home–or working for oneself–is perceived by many as a scheme. People are taken aback [...]

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Categories: Main blog narrative · Theory