Monthly Archives: March 2019

Cluetrain at 20

The Cluetrain Manifesto went online for the world on March 26, 1999. “People of Earth,” it began. Nothing modest about it. Chris Locke and David Weinberger both had newsletters with real subscriber bases (a href=””>Entropy Gradient Reversals and JOHO, respectively). I … Continue reading

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Is ad blocking past 2 billion worldwide?

The answer is, we don’t know. Also, we may never know, because— It’s too hard to measure (especially if you’re talking about the entire Net). Too so much of the usage is in mobile devices of too many different kinds. … Continue reading

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