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Saturday, April 07, 2007

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» It's the Conversation Economy, Stupid from Useful Lunacy
David Armano has a fantastic article published in the latest issue of Business Week. Titled, It's the Conversation Economy, Stupid Armano makes some great points about the implications of social networks, consumer-empowerment and our evolving culture o... [Read More]

» It's the Conversation Economy, Stupid from Useful Lunacy
David Armano has a fantastic article published in the latest issue of Business Week. Titled, It's the Conversation Economy, Stupid Armano makes some great points about the implications of social networks, consumer-empowerment and our evolving culture o... [Read More]

» Thought Leadership Patent Trolls. from benarent.co.uk
In a recent post at Logic and Emotion, he had apparently re-written thought leadership. He sees a world where the ideas are free to flow and it all become a very flat business model. My problems with this are, its has already be done the... [Read More]

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ottima segnalazione libraria di Delymith (oh, io Il mio nome è rosso non ce l\'ho fatta, ho dovuto abbandonarlo. In compenso mi sono pappata Vita sentimentale di un camionista e sto rosicchiando Un bastimento ... [Read More]

» Thought Leadership as a Marketing Concept from ANA Marketing Maestros
By Will Waugh I spent some time reading and re-reading David Armano's post at Logic Emotion on how thought leadership has been reinvented. It occured to me that you could take this from an individual level and apply it to companies [Read More]

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