The economics of giving it away - Wall St. JournalThe MicroISV Digest for the week ending February 2nd, 2009.
(If you have an announcement of interest to your fellow microISV, indies or startups, please email me at bob.walsh@47hats.com with the word digest in the subject.)

News and Announcements

  • Duncen (last name not found on site…), Veneficium Ltd., has released his first microISV product, Word Frequency Counter, which returns various word counts for ascii and unicode files. (via BOS)
  • Dan Cooperstock, Software4Nonprofits.com, has moved DONATION, his donation tracking and management app for non-profit organizations to 3.31, making it fully compliant with Canada Revenue Agency requirements. (via email).
  • Show #13 of the Startup Success Podcast features Nick Hodges, Delphi Product Manager. Nick answers a slew of questions from both the show’s Facebook page and a BOS post.

Relevant Blog Posts, Videos and Articles

Further (mostly relevant) Reading

  • The Economics of Giving It Away, Wall Street Journal.
  • “Over the past decade, we have built a country-sized economy online where the default price is zero — nothing, nada, zip. Digital goods — from music and video to Wikipedia — can be produced and distributed at virtually no marginal cost, and so, by the laws of economics, price has gone the same way, to $0.00. For the Google Generation, the Internet is the land of the free.”Good read by Wired’s Editor in Chief.

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