Given that online list-making is a Long Tail phenomenon you would think its relatively easy to get on a list of top whatevers.
If someone created a list of industry analyst bloggers that talk about IBM, Sun and Microsoft a lot then naturally I would expect to be well represented on that list. Unfortunately nobody is compiling such a directory.
What can I say – its about time. :-) Unfortunately I don’t really know much about Stategic Board.
2) Small teams – One, two or five professionals are enough to do anything that exists today in the Web 2.0 world technically. Maybe not that scalable and not that smooth UI but still it will work.
I also like his idea on raw material, because it ties nicely into my declarative living theme for 2006.
5) Raw material - The content that is generated by blogging and bloggers creates a growing pool of “raw material” for innovation. Users’ level of interactivity with the web is growing and creates another pool of “raw material” to work with for entrepreneurs.
We might see this raw material as an attention cloud, generated by user declarations. Or we might see in terms of tag gardening. Either way its nice to know that the monkchips URI just got farmed.