Friday, July 25, 2003
I was about to address this post to anyone visiting from today's ABA Journal eReport article on lawyer blogs, then remembered that eReport articles supply no hyperlinks...
No matter, if you went to the extra effort of finding Bag and Baggage through a search engine (or if you followed an inbound link from a Web page that by definition would have somewhat less on the eBall than a bona fide eReport), and are curious to read what people much smarter than I have to say about relationships between the Web, organizations, individuals, and society, then by all means please visit, buy, and/or sign up for:
- World of Ends: What the Internet Is and How to Stop Mistaking It for Something Else
- Cluetrain, the Manifesto
- Cluetrain, the Book
- Gonzo Marketing: Winning Through Worst Practices
- Small Pieces Loosely Joined: A Unified Theory of the Web
- Up2Speed's Business Weblogs—The Big List, and the weblogs there referenced
- John Lawlor
- And just to wake you up and blow your mind, the first interview since May '02 with the "gentle person with a piercing vision" and Cluetrain co-author who started me down this rosy path, including the outline for his book-in-process, and more allusions and illusions—literary, psychosocial, philosophical and I'm leaving some out—than you can shake a Dali at.
- [Update] Bad on me for initially omitting Robert Scoble's Corporate Weblog Manifesto too.
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