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September 2, 2007 in News, VRM | 2 comments
You may be getting invitations to join Quetchup that aren’t really coming from the friends who appear to be sending them. And that company may not be the only trust violator.
Hungry Tumblin on September 3, 2007 at 2:44 am
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Social networks and privacy « Green Tea Ice Cream on September 3, 2007 at 9:36 am
[…] piece of the puzzle. ZDnet highlights the legal but unpleasant data miners at Rapleaf whilst Doc Searles amongst others touches on the dubious spamming practices of Quechup. According to Mashable, the […]
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@Steve_Lockstep In the relationship dance, both parties should be able to lead. That's the case here.
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Overheard at @idworkshop: "we need a mechanism for measuring levels of truth"
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@steps That's the second law. 3rd: The bigger they are, the less they'll listen. Corollary: and the more they'll pay.
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1st Law of Consulting: Nobody will do exactly what you tell them to do. Corollary: And that's a good thing.
And it's great to have you here too! twitter.com/shanegreen/sta…
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