Re: network effects in hypertext systems

Kragen Sitaker (
Fri, 8 Jan 1999 10:40:58 -0500 (EST)

On Fri, 8 Jan 1999, Steve Nordquist wrote:
> Kragen Sitaker wrote:
> > I agree that more writers tends to produce more readers. The converse
> > is probably true, but the Web's infrastructure has a certain amount of
> > difficulty with lots of readers; often, more readers means fewer
> > writers. (See's current front page for an example of
> > why.)
> I didn't get it, but to counter "per omni supern", see,
> perhaps the Cisco discussion areas.... But they don't trade ads...

In <URL:>, I see
<URL:>, which says,
"Systems Engineers can't do without... and [Domino's
Pizza logo] delivered!".

> I mean,, actually IDG.

Enigmatic as usual, the wise one speaks in riddles.

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