Are you engaged in a disruptive business behavior? Are you following the status quo, mirroring the practices of those who came before, or are you and your Web enterprise doing something that frightens, confuses and excites? If not, you're middle of the road, destined for mediocrity and to be forgotten in the archives of digital history. But whether you're disruptive by nature or not, it's never too late to try. Look around the Web business community over the past 10 15 years. You'll find a line coursing nimbly through the virtual hoard. This line separates those that have done what has been expected, and those that were once likely emerged in personal and professional turmoil. The latter's unique ideas were profoundly disruptive and disorderly to the environment of the time around them. Think about Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, a college kid that made a private college directory public, to which...
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