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April 4, 2007

Intellectual Property on eBay

A friend and colleague of mine, Scott Galvin of X13, pinged me the other day and informed me he is selling some database creation code. Not so strange, but what struck me is how he's doing it - it is for sale on eBay.

Okay, I know this is 2007, and we are amidst a Web 2.0 revolution, and all, but this still seemed interesting to me.

I had never considered that someone might auction code, but according to Scott, Tucows once bought a calendaring startup for 250k on eBay. I suppose this is what gave him the idea.

So anyway, will be fun to watch the auction. So if you are just curious, or if you need a turn-key database creation and management system, you can see information about the code for sale and a link to the eBay auction at Scott's site -

Posted by gcrgcr at April 4, 2007 10:33 AM


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