[P2P-F] open action
michelsub2004 at gmail.com
Sat Feb 19 11:49:13 CET 2011
I wonder if it would be useful to create a wiki file with your critical
On Fri, Feb 18, 2011 at 5:13 PM, Sepp Hasslberger <sepp at lastrega.com> wrote:
> Checked it out Michel,
> it is a commercial software that allows you to pull content to your own
> website, rather linking the sites of others.
> I don't very much like this kind of action, it seems to go against the
> basic idea of having hyperlinks that lead people to more information. It's a
> way to make your website "stickier", i.e. to keep visitors on your own site
> rather than letting them roam freely.
> Here is what their FAQ says:
> *What problem do you solve?*
> Individuals on the web are faced with information overload. You only have a
> short period of time to guide them to what they care about. If that content
> lives elsewhere online (Youtube video, CNN article, Linkedin profile, etc),
> you create an exit from your website and run the risk that your visitors
> might not return.
> You can use our application to directly link your visitors to the content
> they care about without ever leaving your community’s umbrella. This leads
> to an improved experience for your visitors and a “stickier website.”
> *Is there a cost?*
> Yes. Our service comes with an annual subscription. This helps us cover
> hosting, infrastructure, and on-going enhancements. For a limited time, we
> are offering discounted rates as well as a free trial.
> Not really a p2p technology, I'd say.
> Kind regards
> *"The individual is supreme and finds the way through intuition"*
> On Feb 18, 2011, at 5:23 AM, Michel Bauwens wrote:
> hi sepp, if you have time, thanks for checking this out!
> see http://openaction.org/
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