Links for Wedneday, September 13, 2007

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  • TechCrunch: Second Life 2.0: The Metanomics Conference – “Second Life today is like 2001-2002, the dawn on a new age; Second Life 2.0.
  • Hugh McLeod: On Cartooning – “The longer it takes you to become successful, the harder it will be for somebody else to take it away from you.
  • Nothing Could Be Finer Than Being in Your Diner: The Great Cheese Steak Debate – “The night-time outing takes our intrepid culinary critics into the city as they visit dueling shops Pat’s King of Steaks and Geno’s Steaks. Whether or not they’ve got good food, they’re already contenders by showering us with neony goodness.
  • Mark Cuban: Dancing with the Stars and the Meaning of Life – “*Money makes so many things in life easier, but it can’t buy you a positive outlook on life. Fortunately, how any of us approaches each of our days is completely up to us. It’s not something you can buy or sell. It’s not hard to put a smile on your face every day, but for some reason some people find it impossible to do. Not me. *“
  • Jeffrey McManus: About Platforms and Partners – “I’ve seen cases where a partnership is done and the partner completely craters for one reason or another. The lesson here is that just because somebody is capable of writing you a fat check doesn’t mean they’re going to be able to help you move your business forward. And that’s the measure of a business partnership when all is said and done.