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how often to update?

Dave replies to a question from a Michael Rogers: how often to update a weblog?

His reply is good. There is one bit that bothers me: the Hemingway comparison. I think Dave is overusing the analogy. Weblogs and novels are different. I understand the point, and it's a good one, but for some reason it bothers me slightly that the Hemingway analogy keeps coming up replies to a question from a Michael Rogers: how often to update a weblog?

His reply is good. There is one bit that bothers me: the Hemingway comparison. I think Dave is overusing the analogy. Weblogs and novels are different. I understand the point, and it's a good one, but for some reason it bothers me slightly that the Hemingway analogy keeps coming up in different contexts. ">in different contexts.

Categories: technology
Posted by diego on August 25, 2002 at 7:56 PM

the Dell machine

Dell continues its expansion, starting to attack markets dominated by HP and IBM, and slowly entering the area of services instead of just manufacturing. Risky. However, it's amazing how their bottom-up approach (start with PCs and then move up) is similar to Microsoft. There is one key element however that is a big part of Dell's efficiency that is very unMicrosoft. Direct Sales.

I wonder, why hasn't a software company been able to grow big just by using direct sales yet? As soon as some profits start coming in, the salesmen start appearing...

Categories: technology
Posted by diego on August 25, 2002 at 3:06 PM

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