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Getting ready to head up to Boston for Project VRM Workshop, hosted by Berkman Center for Internet Law at Harvard Law School, organized by Doc Searls. Should be very interesting. Here's a quick video.
Posted by Tom Guarriello on July 13, 2008 at 09:41 AM in Marketing | Permalink
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What an incredible future that will be, if/when it all works out properly!
There are little bits of that going on already (and have been for years). For example, car buying, there are sites that allow you to put in your interests and get proposals from different car dealers that usually include a better bottom line price than you would get just walking in off the street. But they also result in a certain amount of spam.
I'll be interested to see what form(s) this concept takes in the next several years, and your vlog reporting out from the conference in a couple of days.
Ken G. |
July 13, 2008 at 11:13 AM
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