Month: September 2007

Pay up, mate

A day in court is a rare event for me. So it was illuminating to attend a county court hearing assisting a friend trying to recover her tenancy deposit. Judgment had been issued against the landlord, who had failed to respond to the claim. In his application to set aside the judgment, apart from denying […]

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Economics 2.0

“Collaboration can occur on an astronomical scale, so if you can create an encyclopedia with a bunch of people, could you create a mutual fund? A motorcycle?” Don Tapscott and Anthony Williams, authors of Wikinomics, think so. Smart companies are encouraging, rather than fighting, the heaving growth of massive online communities–many of which emerged from […]

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