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Future Proofing: Ten Ways Big Companies Are Staying Agile...

Diterbitkan pada Friday, 15 February 2013 Pukul 21.06

He's right, I mostly see companies in internal battles and struggles over resources and power, leaving them exposed to outside startups. Coincidently, may of the startups I see disrupting large companies are composed of 

Dork Sql Injection Lengkap

Diterbitkan pada Thursday, 24 January 2013 Pukul 13.30

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Power Struggle

Diterbitkan pada Friday, 25 February 2011 Pukul 6.23

“Having helped many others in their fights against outside, profitoriented polluters, I couldn't shirk this battle when I know there is so much at stake for the San Luis Valley residents, the range, the environment, the animals, and for all of Colorado,” he March 22, 2011 at 7:14 am. “Power Struggle” | LandReport.com… Louis Bacon fends off utility companies as they try to build transmission lines across his Colorado ranch. He also adds North Carolina's Orton Plantation… pligg.com says:.

Too Many Choices, Too Much Content

Diterbitkan pada Wednesday, 14 May 2008 Pukul 19.00

come out on top, but that's hardly ever the case. We're already on MySpace, Bebo, Facebook, and LinkedIn because there's no one winner for social networksare we going to have to use all these newcomers battling it out, too? . There's also Yahoo Buzz, Propeller, Reddit, Digg-for-girls Kirtsy (formerly Sk*rt), Sphinn, roll-your-own Digg tool Pligg, please-don't-link to us Hacker News, and "if-we-ran-Digg" clone Sift'd. While all these sites are great for getting a post 

The 5 Most Successful People-powered News Sites

Diterbitkan pada Thursday, 24 August 2006 Pukul 3.15

Pligg / Meneame. The list below contains another 50+ sites that are dead or nearly so - and most appear to be using Pligg / Meneame or something similar. These are open source systems, based on Digg. Memeame was first, in Spanish and Pligg used their code base and then split off on its own path. I have contributed a small amount of code to Pligg and People Powered News Network Launched by Care2 · The Most Successful Digg Clones · The 5 Most 

Pligg Auto Submitter Released

Diterbitkan pada Wednesday, 30 July 2008 Pukul 0.00

As you can see from the image above, even though this software has only been out for four days, the amount of people searching for “powered by pligg” to spam the sites is pretty high, so what can webmasters do about it? imagine that within the next couple of releases Pligg will probably address a lot of the loopholes that the auto submitter is using to work, however it seems that this is an on going project from Syndk8 so it looks like this battle will last for some time.

Paying Users Of Social Networks.

Diterbitkan pada Monday, 11 September 2006 Pukul 12.33

Social Media follows the power law, if the A listers in the tech industry got hit by a train tomorrow, there would be a completely new A list within a month. This only works if you have website or industry no connection to the mainstream anymore. In the next few months we will see digg battle its top members as they fight to control the cliques and its not going to be pretty. 14 Responses to “Paying users of social networks.” Brad Says: September 11, 2006 at 6:27 am | 

The Future Of The Internet According To Jonathan Zittrain

Diterbitkan pada Monday, 11 August 2008 Pukul 11.14

The second battle is the one between proprietary networks like Compuserve and the open Internet. Here, Zittrain attributes the victory of the Internet's . If you are afraid of cops getting access to your activities on Digg, you can set up your own Pligg. If you don't like Wikipedia, you can take both the Allowing any law the power of instant enforcement is dangerous because no law is ever perfect enough at birth to deserve it. This is in fact the procrastination principle 

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