2.0 much supply?
I don't know about you, but Mashable has been completely freaking me out lately with their "X number of websites that do Y" articles where X is usually a much higher number than you'd think possible and Y is something that a year ago probably didn't exist as a service.
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And that's in addition to the constant churn of companies that are profiled daily in Mashable, as well as in WebWare, Emily Chang's eHub, and MoMB...
You know I get the long tail and all that stuff... there are also some basic things like supply and demand that don't change.