Thanking the Longbeards
May 30, 2001 By Doc Searls
David Weinberger is, like me, a coauthor of The Cluetrain Manifesto. Unlike me, a fellow philosophy major, he has a PhD in the field. He is also a regular commentator on National Public Radio, and author of the witty and learned Journal of the Hyperlinked Organization, or JOHO (www.hyperorg.com). What follows is lifted from a May edition of JOHO. I thought it was too right-on not to share with our
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