Why Good Things Come After Bad Things Happen…

A proof point in the creative destruction that thrives in the Valley, Marc Canter writes: What happens when you lay off 30% of the work force and give a LOT of programmers too much time on their hands? Blogging, social networking, rdf and all sorts of ways of connecting them…

snoflowjpg.jpgA proof point in the creative destruction that thrives in the Valley, Marc Canter writes:

What happens when you lay off 30% of the work force and give a LOT of programmers too much time on their hands?

Blogging, social networking, rdf and all sorts of ways of connecting them together.  Like FOAF.

And then, all of a sudden, it’s Spring again….

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