Johnnie Moore

At Reboot

Johnnie Moore

Johnnie Moore

I’m Johnnie Moore, and I help people work better together

So I’m here at Reboot8 having too much fun to spend much time blogging. But here are a few soundbites from Doc Searls who is speaking at the moment. Not sure if they’ll make sense out of context but it’s good stuff, trust me.

The real killer app is relationships

On the live web, the demand side is supplying itself

Industrial publishers create finished works

The best of blogging is rolling snowballs

Podcasting is part of the great unbundling

Power isn’t redistributed,it’s re-originated

In the live web, the value chain is replaced by the value constellation

There’s no marketing in the attention economy, just sales

We think the internet economy is about your choice of silo. It isn’t.

The best blogging is provisional it’s not finished or final

That’s it, think of this as a provisional post, I might add more later.

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