Andrew Keen wrote an interesting article (subscription only, I’m afraid) for Forbes. Clearly, he’s trying to make himself the most hated commentator on Web 2.0, although I think Jason Calacanis and I have to be in the running there. But Keen is certainly over-the-top in a way I’ll never be.
I have just one question for Keen: “down with Internet democracy,” you say, but what about Internet republics? Or is it aristocracy you stand for?
Evan Hansen, Editor in Chief of Wired News, placed a Citizendium profile (”Wiki Innovators Rethink Openness“) at the very top of the Wired.com homepage, and congratulated the Assignment Zero participants who put it together:
The Citizendium article and sidebar is live at midnight at the top of Wired.com — this is a great milestone for the project, you should all be proud! I’m really pleased to be involved in this project and to be publishing something of this quality, it’s a great piece of writing that proves the crowd can deliver.