Tag Archives: Attention Economy

Doc Searls, VRM, and the Redemption of Tomorrow’s Internet

I spent a couple of hours on the phone with Doc yesterday as he ran back and forth across the Harvard campus, where he’s currently a fellow at the Berkman Center. The conversation was as frenetic and wide-ranging as his movements (from his personal past, through VRM, to the meaning of the modern day Catholic […]

The History of Tomorrow’s Internet: Introduction

Over the past couple of months I’ve been relatively immersed (relatively only because I work full-time building a company and have a 3-month old daughter) in understanding some of the trends that are coming together to define the next generation of the internet. I didn’t start out with the goal of understanding trends. I started […]

New Beginnings…

For someone who’s spent the last three years building a company that connects entrepreneurs and angel investors, I’ve been remarkably out of what’s been happening in boom 2.0. This is partly because I’ve been busy building a company (and a marriage… and a home… and a daughter), but I think it’s deeper than that. From the […]