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Links 1 through 7 of 7 by Simon Phipps tagged Market

Interesting article (and discussion below it) explores whether there is a way to do an apples-to-oranges comparison of open source and proprietary software. Pretty raw, plenty to argue with, but interesting all the same.

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I sat this week listening to the new President of the BCS responding to several unemployed Members in the audience of the AGM and telling them why the new CITP qualification will help them. It won't, any more than the books on outsourcing she had written and gave to them as prizes will help them. Outsourcing is a local tactic that delivers savings to corporations at the expense of the ecosystem as a whole.and this is a great comparison.

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This is the gratuitous and intentional creation of lock-in and if it's true it's a disgrace. Still, the good thing is I have another powerful example of why anti-circumvention laws harm markets when I'm speaking to legislators.

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"It is now evident that speculators in the energy futures markets play a much larger role than previously thought, and it is now even harder to accept the agency's laughable assertion that excessive speculation has not contributed to rising energy prices"

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The zembly project continues to come out of stealth mode with this Facebook application that creates a prediction market for Beijing results. I especially like the way they have used the opportunity to promote OpenOffice.org at the foot of the application!

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Gartner previously outlooked 70% but have increased the figure to 90%. This is the adoption-led market folks, where we add value to users not sell lemons to prospects. Embrace it or learn another business.

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