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A general problem of conventional marketplaces

NOTE: This post originally appeared in an earlier blog, The Semantic Marketplace, in 2009. It appears here with minor modifications. Healthcare is not the only area in which seemingly new and imaginative technical solutions and business models aren’t producing the … Continue reading

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Weaving the new into the old

In a recent post to LinkedIn, friend and legacy software expert David Eddy observed: Please to remember … “new” technology does not replace old … new is layered on top of, woven into the old. Amen to that. Except the … Continue reading

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How do we create value?

The following commentary is a blend of observations resulting from Phil Murray’s [PCM] conversations with economist David Morf [DM] — Partner, Senior Regional Economics Advisor, and Founding Member of the Center for Adaptive Solutions. Original comments were from 27-oct-2008. [DM] … Continue reading

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