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  • Estate Sale Prospecting for Fun and Profit with craigslist and eBayby John Landahl

    InfoStrategist.com 2006; US$ 11.99

    craigslist and eBay have created exciting new electronic venues for locating and reselling obscure but valuable estate sale items, making it easier to be a successful estate sale ?prospector? today than ever before. But how can you quickly choose a few inexpensive items at an estate sale that you can resell at a significant profit? And how do you... more...

  • Navigating the Open Source Oceanby John Landahl

    InfoStrategist.com 2002; US$ 11.99

    A paradigm is a mental model of something ? a helpful way of grasping its essentials. Although the term ?new paradigm? is much overused, the open source approach to software development definitely merits this description ? old mental models simply do not apply to this emerging industry. If familiar paradigms don?t apply to open source software, what?s... more...

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