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LOST x_X by ORCOMments on Jul 2, 2009thesis topic anyone?? Nobody thinks it’s easy (if anyone does think it is–you’re an alien; kokey is that you??). There’s something scary and hard about it. Hard: coz you know that it’s WORK. think of a topic. research. m...



Internet Apocalypso Game (Part2) by Getthatcomm on Jul 1, 2009Internet Apocalypso Game (Part2) How are you feeling? A. “Those 3 shots of Extra Joss did not “joss” me up one bit!” Understandable. Perhaps that’s because you mixed in too much tap water into your drink. Or perhaps that...



Who should be in your primary target market, really? by on Jun 29, 2009“Habang pinipigil, lalong nanggigigil.” -A Filipino saying “To control your cow, give it a bigger pasture.” -Christopher Locke I have to admit that the Internet—Google, Yahoo, and all that stuff—they’re geniuses when it...



Internet Apocalypso Game (Part1) by Getthatcomm on Jun 28, 2009Instructions: First, check out the article Internet Apocalypso over this link: http://www.cluetrain.com/apocalypso.html Then, take an Extra Joss powder sachet and mix it with cold water. Everytime any of the following instances below comes up while y...



The Inevitable Change by Pop the Thought Bubble on Jun 28, 2009“Things change and change is often painful…Amazingly, we learn to live with it. Human beings are incredibly resilient. We know it’s all temporary, that we can’t freeze the good times or hold back the bad…We come to understan...



The Return to the Core of Organizations: A Reflection on Christopher Locke’s Internet Apocalypso by Comm Stop on Jun 28, 2009“It isn’t about us and them. It’s about us. Them don’t exist. Not really. Corporations are legal fictions, willing suspensions of disbelief. Pry the roof off any company and what do you find inside? The Cracker Jack prize is o...



Reflection: Internet Apocalypso by ThinkTank.Talk on Jun 27, 2009A typical soap opera or koreanovela shown in the Philippines has the “bida” and the “kontrabida”. We sometimes apply the principles displayed in these soap operas that we already make them a part of our lives. In (chapter one of the Cluetrain...



The Ride by Pop the Thought Bubble on Jun 27, 2009I can no longer remember the first time I went to an Internet shop, rented a computer, and surf the Net. It definitely has been years ago, probably, when I was still in grade school (or high school?). There is one proof, by the way, that shows that I...



On Internet Apocalypso by Leizy Vista on Jun 27, 2009Reading Christopher Locke’s Internet Apocalypso was both fun and painful at the same time. It was a very interesting article, except for the fact that at some points there is the feeling that I was supposed to understand what he is talking abou...



to die or to live–that is the question! by Little Miss Straightbangs on Jun 27, 2009I finished reading the 1st chapter of Cluetrain Manifesto—Internet Apocalypso—last Friday. I was anxious to read it because it’s a loooooong read. Who would have thought it was fun? I really think it’s a fun read, because it e...