From: Meltsner, Kenneth (Kenneth.Meltsner@ca.com)
Date: Wed Jul 12 2000 - 08:43:38 PDT
G2C (government to citizen? GovWorks is a real business)
B2S Business to students (the evil Channel One was a precursor of this)
B2CPUI Business to cell phone using idiots
Dave Winer, long ago in his pre-FoRKed days, wrote something about the
shortsightedness of sticky portals that tried to bring everything on the Net
together into one site. I tend to have the same feeling about any "2"
consolidator -- the point of the Net is that you can go anywhere you want.
Why would I want a service that restricts me to its subset? Far too ANX-ish
for my taste.
From: Gregory Alan Bolcer [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Wednesday, July 12, 2000 9:46 AM
Subject: Re: B2C, B2B, P2P
You forgot B2G. Despite the obvious G standing
for Greg, it actually stands for electronic Business-to-Government services.
"Adam L. Beberg" wrote:
> Well, lets see...
> Since C2B isn't really applicable to anything I can think of, we're out
> of models. What's left, other then the B2F thing. P2P won't stay hyped
> long, place your bets on the next wave.
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