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ARTS & FARCES internet : Radio community subversion "Personal computers infiltrated organizations through the back door. Someone brought one in to make his or her job easier and the notion spread, like a virus. RCS is going to infiltrate organizations the same way." Ran across this in Dave Winer's "Scripting News" and had to read the whole thing...

I mentioned something very similar in a conversation with a fellow blogger earlier today -- "This is viral software...two people will start using it, a few more will notice and try it, and pretty soon you've got 1,000 users blogging..."

RCS taps an unmet need in large corporations by hitting a "sweet spot" of features for knowledge capture, organization, and sharing at a price point that avoids the typical capital process (and dramatically undercuts traditional content management products, though RCS is about different things than something like Interwoven or Vignette). Thanks, Dave, for starting another revolution...

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