Archive for December, 2004

Disciplines of innovation

, written by Jeremy

At least two things are true of me. One, I love coffee. Two, I’m a fiddler. Not the musical kind, the annoying kind. Always jigging around, tapping, rattling, bouncing, swaying – annoying.

Being a big fan of experiments, I started …

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Recycling knowledge

, written by Jeremy

Update: The author I had quoted asked that I not refer to his work. To accomodate his request, I have rewritten this post. January 6th, 2005

I recently read a piece where the author claimed that knowledge is perishable and

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Initial public offering: knowledge

, written by Jeremy

A billion-dollar IPO for Johns Hopkins!?! William R. Brody, President of the Johns Hopkins University, is looking for money – or at least for some value. I think he’s found it.

Mr. Brody makes an interesting comparison: Google’s $1.67 …

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Blog pulse: flatline

, written by Jeremy

I was just playing around at BlogPulse. They’ve got a nifty tool for querying the frequency of blogging topics. Now I’m not sure how many sites they scan, but still, the idea is cool even if it’s not statistically …

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Blogs and economists

, written by Jeremy

Do we blog because we want a voice or because we want to act like children?

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