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2.0 and the price of free

Two very interesting and related posts on the Scholarly Kitchen 

David Crotty does a humorous critique of Web 2.0 business models 
(and those that promote them), suggesting that they are based 
largely on empty hype and used primarily as advertisement to sell 
non-2.0 garbage like books about how to make money using 2.0.


Kent Anderson covers Malcolm Gladwell's New Yorker article, an 
essay by Michael Nielsen on the disruption of scientific 
publishing, and a commentary on Cris Anderson's forthcoming book, 
"Free: The Future of a Radical Price".


--Phil Davis