The murmur of the snarkmatrix…

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First Index


I know this is ridiculous, but c’mon… I’m proud of it! My first appearance in a work of Popular Non-Fiction. Big thanks to Jeff Howe for including Current, and both my colleague Ezra and I by extension.

Clearly, you should buy the book, Crowdsourcing, immediately, so as to send an unmistakable message to publishers: Snarkmaster citations mean big money!

September 7, 2008 / Uncategorized


So nice.

Would love to have this kind of rewards for my work.


Not just an index entry, but four pages! Take that, Clay Shirky and Adam Smith! We know who’s the real technology guru/father of economics!

Fantastic! This book is a great deal: you learn about the wisdom of crowds AND the wisdom of Robin Sloan! I’d pay for that. (Or at least check that out of the library)

You realize this basically etches in stone the imminent arrival of a work of Popular Non-Fiction authored by the man himself. What’ll it be?! Given the breakaway success of Traffic, I’m going to recommend either Weather or Crime.

I vote for Sports. By which I mean a philological and allegorical reading of the Huey Lewis and the News album.

We should have a way to vote comments down.

The snarkmatrix awaits you

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