External Links: Paul Graham’-s criticism of Apple + Phil Schiller Grants Interview About Apple’s App Store, Claims Devs Actually Like Approval Process. + The BusinessWeek interview + iPhone developers are stupid.
His Jason Calacanis-inspired critique of The Wisdom Of Crowds is an abyssal nullity.
James Surowiecki is a great thinker, and the principles behind the wisdom of crowds are effective. (see point #3.)
Previous blog posts by Chris F. Masse:
- If you want your affiliation with the “Prediction Markets” group to appear on your LinkedIn profile, then click on “Edit Public Profile Settings”, and check the “Groups” option.
- If you want to connect with InTrade CEO John Delaney on LinkedIn…
- Do join the “Prediction Markets” group at LinkedIn, if you have a strong interest in the prediction markets or if you work in the prediction market industry. It’s free, and that’s a way for the LinkedIn visitors browsing stuff about prediction markets to stumble upon your resume / profile.
- You can now join the LinkedIn group on Prediction Markets.
- Nigel Eccles says that HubDub generates “data on peoples’ reputations for accurately analyzing and forecasting future events”.
- I did drop BetFair from the Midas Oracle coverage of the prediction markets. They should re-establish the direct links, from their 2 frontpages, to the prediction markets on politics, finance, and the other socially valuable issues.
- I dropped BetFair from the Midas Oracle coverage of the prediction markets. They should re-establish the direct links, from their 2 frontpages, to the prediction markets on politics, finance, and the other socially valuable issues.
Michael Arrington refers to this blog post, which I have already linked to.
I’-m rather in the Mike Arrington camp, but I’-m not necessarily proud of it. (Ducan Riley would tell me to “-get fu****“-. )
I would be interested to have Adam Siegel or David Perry’-s opinion on all that. Or Mat Fogarty…- Or Emile Servan-Schreiber. Or John Delaney. Or else.