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Tim O'Reilly's new Facebook Application Platform report just came out on O'Reilly Radar. (fyi, i was a contributing author on a few articles in the report).
An excerpt is available for download, and Tim will be debuting the report at Graphing Social Patterns, a conference on Facebook & social networking, Tue 10/9 in San Jose.
Posted by Dave on Friday, October 05, 2007 at 02:20 PM in Dave, Friends, Family, Facebookaholic, Geeks, Tech, Startups, Metrics & Measurement, She Blinded Me With SCIENCE!, Social Networking & Social Media, Venture Capital & Startup Finance | Permalink
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The only bit in this report that actually worth reading is the one you contributed, and I hope you get a big fat cut of the $140++ O'reilly charged for the report.
Don't get me wrong - the report in all is ok, but there's nothing there that you can't find in 500hats or InsideFacebook... for many of the broke facebook apps writers $140 is not petty cash, and O'reilly should have been a bit more mindful about it.
David Pinto |
Monday, October 08, 2007 at 06:36 AM
Student discount by any chance? ;)
Sunday, October 07, 2007 at 03:50 AM
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