The Cluetrain Manifesto
May 21, 2001 5:30 PM   Subscribe

The Cluetrain Manifesto gives real insight into the future of commerce on the net. Anyone with a stake in the online business scene should study this document.
posted by fbeach (9 comments total)
 
The Bible also gives useful moral advice, and some might enjoy the works of Shakespeare, if you like drama. And don't forget my favorite modern novel, Don Quixote, which offers some real insight into the human condition.
posted by lucius at 6:29 PM on May 21, 2001


But not very new to Metafilter
posted by lagado at 6:36 PM on May 21, 2001


Lucius, Cervantes was a contemporary of Shakespeare.
posted by Steven Den Beste at 8:18 PM on May 21, 2001


I guess I won't post that cool page with the dancing hamsters.
posted by machaus at 8:44 PM on May 21, 2001


Lucius, Cervantes was a contemporary of Shakespeare.

Of course strictly speaking Shakespeare could also be described as a modern writer.

We have our philosophical persons, to make modern and familiar, things supernatural and causeless. ---Shakespeare.
posted by lagado at 10:12 PM on May 21, 2001


It's amazing: after all this time there's still that typo in the manifesto.
posted by textist at 11:08 PM on May 21, 2001


It's amazing: after all this time there's still people who think that manifesto is saying something new.
posted by m.polo at 5:12 AM on May 22, 2001


It's amazing: after all this time there's still people who think that manifesto is even half-way interesting.
posted by th3ph17 at 10:01 AM on May 22, 2001


It's amazing: after all this time there's still people willing to post to the least interesting MeFi post of the day.
posted by bclark at 12:50 PM on May 22, 2001 [1 favorite]


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