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2007 Markets, Networks, & Communities
2008 The Macropocalypse & Edge Competencies
2009 The Great Compression, Smart Growth & Constructive Capitalism





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Tuesday, November 01, 2005
 


Peer Production

Open thread for suggestions for Gabe for a new name for Memeorandum.

Busy today, but more later.

-- umair // 10:46 PM //


Comments:

Thanks Umair. Actually, I felt bad after leaving that last comment, feeling like I might have hijacked your blog. I guess this is the place to hijack your blog!

Anyway, naming is hard. I'd be surprised if many answers popped up.

-Gabe
// Anonymous Anonymous // 11:08 PM
 

a very simple one

'Kinar' ( Spell it like 'Ki ' as in kit & 'inar' as in winner)

The word means 'edge' ( in hindi, an Indian lang)

A came up with that coz memeorandum is among the best in leveraging edge competencies.

Rajan
// Blogger Rajan // 4:01 AM
 

Rajan, I think the word is "Kinara" meaning 'on the edge'
// Blogger OmShom // 9:55 PM
 

Hi Guys,

I think Kinara is not bad, actually. And I like the way you got to the name!! :)
// Blogger umair // 10:09 AM
 

@Omshom
'Kinar' is the root word of Kinara.

@umair
I started thinking that my comments were being cleared away by some sort of low pass filter (cognitive or a even maybe a technical one :))

They are not being filtered but are reaching but with a delay and I think that it is still cool :)

Rajan
// Blogger Rajan // 11:44 AM
 
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