businessmodel (ThoughtStorms)

An organizational structure which packages your activities into items of property ready to be traded in a market.

OK, that's a slightly clinky definition. But it gets at what I want to think about.


WebTwoPointZero/BusinessModels


EstherDyson thinks about the types of products for a SmallBusiness. And their relation to Google.

*... three broad categories not by size or industry, but into sellers of : *

http://weblog.edventure.com/blog/_archives/2004/4/11/33827.html

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JoelSpolsky looks at different incentives for entrepreneurs and VentureCapitalists : (Compare http://www.joelonsoftware.com/articles/VC.html (Compare OnRisk, BootStrapping)


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