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This ties in below. The desktop was an intial democratization of
data. Moving it out of a department in a firm, spreading it
around the firm. People are able to attack that information with
desktop databases, spreadsheets.
Then the web comes along and repeats the process for the
Good point Alan.
Currently, their is a fuss in the blogosphere about "A-List"
bloggers. They're saying that the "A-List" bloggers ought to
introduce newer bloggers to their readership. The latest
class of bloggers are finding that the early adopters are
entrenched. This is preceeding a revolution where ranking and
relevence are determined by individuals, not algorithms.
Another good point; Yes indeed human are adaptive animals and they found the
trick to be ranked well in Google. Anything based on social interaction is
subject to social manipulations. The more we see social networks embedded
into the web the more we will see people organizing themselves to manipulate
it. Very good point Alan.
Didier PH Martin