Table of archived LinuxForSuits editorials
Lessons in Mid-Crash (9/01)
Linux in the midst of the dot-com pileup on the IPO highway
Whose hand is that in your pocket? (7/01)
What Microsoft is really up to with Hailstorm
Journalism 2.0 (6/01)
How weblogs bring journalism into the bazaar
Adjusting to Life in the Bazaar (5/01)
Looking for margins in open source business models
The New Vernacular (4/01)
A civilized angle on building infrastrucute
Return of the Bazaar (3/01)
Reality delivers the best clues
A Talk with Tim O'Reilly (2/01)
Reality delivers the best clues
The Morlock Market (1/01)
An appreciation of command line computing
The End of the Tube (11/00)
Why TV-induced narcosis is a terminal condition
Let Freedom Ping (11/00)
Why hackers and consumers are different animals
The New Radio (10/00)
Why Napster and Gnutella beg a tip jar payment system
The Next Bang (9/00)
The explosive combination of Embedded Linux, XML and Instant Messaging
In the crossloading world, radio gets personal
The Shrinking Subject (8/00)
Of Microsoft and metaphors
Uncollapsing Open Source Distinctions (8/00 Linux Journal)
A Conversation with Craig Burton
The Message (7/00)
Jabber and open source instant messaging
Kill Fair (6/00)
The untold difference between combative and competitive companies
Contrarian Thoughts on the Microsoft Ruling (5/00)
An earlier version of Kill Fair, above (from the Dept. of Redundancy Dept.)
It's an Industry! (5/00)
Conversations with Brian Behlendorf and Bernie Thompson on their open source development markets
An open letter on patents (3/15/00)
Doc suggests a return to the Founding Hackers' principles
Patent Death Pending (3/12/00)
Reluctantly taking up the challenge of an equally boring and important topic
Talking Patents (3/10/00)
Looking at space debris
Now What? (1/00)
More questions about the AOL Time Warner deal
Consume This (1/00)
AOL Time Warner and real market value
Running the Numbers (1/00)
Where those "objective" figures come from, and why Linux needs them.
Tale of Two Markets (12/99)
Weighing the implications of Borland's developer survey.
Comdex Revisited (11/99)
Geeks starred at Linux Business Expo at the Hilton.
Hacking an Industry (11/99)
The software business isn't just about suppliers any more.
Conversation: Can Slashmeat be Far Behind? (8/99)
Doc interviews CmdrTaco and Scoop at Linux World Expo.
The New Building Trade (7/99)
Who's going to build the new software industry? Clue: it won't be the big vendors.
The Linux Position (7/99)
A different angle on Linux' fit in the world.
Cheap Talk (6/99)
Why Open Source and silence don't mix.
In Their Own Words (6/99)
Open Source gurus hold forth in a terrific new book from O'Reilly.
How far from Prime Time?
A Conversation with Craig Burton about Business Prospects for Linux
It's an Industry (5/99)
Interviews with Brian Behlendorf of sourceXchange and Bernie Thompson of Cosource.com
Now What? (4/99)
Why the real battle is between humanity and the wrong business metaphor.
The Other Shoe (3/99)
First the Net. Now the OS. Soon it'll all be free. But will The Rest of Us use it?
AOL Scape (11/98)
John Doerr fixes the Netscape Problem. Now what can Mozilla do? We have some ideas.
The retailer's advantage
A Q&A about retailing to networked markets
The Good Doctor
Remembering my late, and quite great, uncle
Why the real battle is between humanity and the wrong business metaphor
The Web is not TV
Why there is no market for messages on the Web from David Strom's Web Informant
BuzzPhraser is Back!
Create "management inference solutions" with one click
WIRED wants to fertilize your inner potato
When push becomes shove
How the mainstream media miss the boat on 'push' technologies
Smithing a Practical Site
Keeping the medium from slowing down the message.
The New Marcom Game
How the Internet rewrites the rules of marketing communications.
Broadsmith, Go Home
Why broadcast thinking won't work on the Web
Censoring the Uncensorable
Compuserve capitulates to the impossible
What's the Object? The Problem With TechnoLatin
Cajun-oriented cuisines and dogs that support barking.
Can't anybody neologize around here?
The Problem With PR
Ever wonder why they don't give a Pulitzer for press releases?
Bloomberg Business Radio
Who needs ratings when your medium is 100% effective?
It's the story, stupid
Don't let presentation software keep you from getting your story across
Betting on Darwin, Part 1: Releasing the Source
Marc Andreessen and Tom Paquin on Netscape's Open Source strategy
Betting on Darwin, Part 2: Watching the Muck
Marc Andreessen and Tom Paquin on the same strategy, one month later
The New Character of Positioning
Where you come from matters more than where you're going
Marketing 101, and why Microsoft gets busted for practicing it
Messing With Bill
Overdrive misses the real Microsoft story
Make Money, Not War
Time to move past the war metaphors of the industrial age
A Bulldozer Through The Intersection
Craig Burton on the new meaning Netscape gives to the word "open"
The Man Behind the Bulldozer's Wheel
An interview with Netscape's Eric Hahn
New Laws of a New Nature
The game here is enterprise, not politics.
Microsoft + Netscape: The Real Story
Why the press needs to snap out of its war-coverage trance
The Web and the New Reality
What are we making with all these places we call "home?"
By George, He's Got It!
George Gilder compares Web Culture to Book Culture
How Apple Can Win
Getting the world's worst oompah band to play better blues.
Toward a world where monopoly is not the name of the game.
A Tale of Two Companies
Polyopoly lessons in the ruins of ivory towers.
Why markets will once again consist of people
A speech on the 50th anniversary of the Gottlieb Duttweiler Institute, in Lucerne
Make Money, Not War
Let's dump industrial age metaphors before they kill us all.
Start your day with Comet Hale-Bopp.
Footprints of Whitman
From his deathless orbit, the poet still speaks to the body and soul.
Thoughts on Information
Defining "Information Age" before it gets too old."
Time to Grow Up
Entering an age when "it's ours" gets you more than "it's mine."
Reflections on the Challenger Tragedy.
Did we really care about democracy on the web for just one day?
Note: Doc Searls is Senior Editor of Linux Journal. Since these articles cannot be linked directly, they are compiled here for your convenience. To read any of these articles at the Linux Journal site, click on "Search" (top left corner of the page), then enter any of the title words or word strings you'd like to retrieve. For example, a search for "Conversations" will bring up all of Doc's Conversations pieces and then some.
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