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November 21, 2003
Selling Social Software Event in London
Selling Social Software
: December 3rd in London.
All pivotal internet technologies move from being the preserve of a small, committed, technically literate subculture towards mainstream cultural acceptance and commercial exploitation. With over a million users and rising, blogs are well on their way along this road.
But can social software realistically be employed to serve commercial ends - or does it, by its very nature, resist being harnessed in this way?
Speakers include Will Davies, Lee Bryant
, and Louise Ferguson
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