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¿hay ideas originales en internet?

tomado de techdirt:

Are There Any Original Internet Bubble Ideas That Aren’t Being Tried Again?
from the free-PCs-are-back-again… dept.

While lots of folks are struggling with the definition of «Web 2.0,» maybe it’s as simple as all of those original bubble-era ideas coming back to life with a new gloss of hype. One of the big crazes, for a while, during the bubble era was the idea of getting some tangible good for free, in exchange for advertising. There were free cars if you were willing to cover the car with ads (you could only get it if you commuted on certain high traffic routes). You could get free DSL if you agreed to look at advertisements. And, one of the more famous ones, out of Bill Gross’ Idealab, was the ability to get a free computer (from the appropriately named FreePC) — whose screen would be surrounded by ads. Like many bubble-era ideas, this one never got very far before collapsing under its own inability to make money. However, it’s baaaaaaaaack. A company in Hong Kong is apparently offering free stripped down computers to small businesses and lower income individuals. The exchange? There are a bunch of buttons on the keyboard that will take you straight to a sponsor’s website. How often do you think those will be pushed? Maybe we’ll find out in time for Web 3.0.

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  1. Anonymous Anonymous

    oe morsa unos updates pues! jaja hace tiempo que no pones nada nuevo…no colaboras ah

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