Thursday Mar 08, 2007

Volume To Value, In Record Time

Jonathan just finished his semi-annual "get up and go" presentation to the company's leadership focusing on how volume drives value. If you drive enough volume, it will lead to value for the company, value for the community, value for the participants. It all starts from volume, or expanding the possible user and interested communities.

No sooner had I posted the backstory on Sun and Architecture For Humanity's Cameron Sinclair then I got a note forwarded from Cameron. He had just finished the demo of his wish project at TED2007, and there were over 1,400 guests on the site. That's a slew rate of about one mid-sized American city a day. Volume.

Check out the Open Architecture Network and see for yourself what a very loose network of very creative people can do. They create long-lived value.

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