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Pardalis is banking on granular information sharing through common point authoring of immutable objects: 
My opinion, this may lead to a path for Enterprise Internet to innovate new business models as Consumer Internet has from monetizing social data via advertising.
2003 Pardalis patent entitled: "Informational object authoring and distribution system" on December 30, 2003. US Patent 6,671,696 - Pardalis) covering:
A typical immutable informational object and its contents that are  authored, distributed and maintained by the present informational object  authoring and distribution system comprise a unique identifier that  designates the informational object, as well as one or more immutable  data elements, each of which itself is identified by a corresponding  unique identifier. The informational object may also contain other data,  such as formatting data, permissions data, and the like. The data  elements that are associated with a particular informational object are  typically stored in a separate file system from the informational  object, and are linked via the use of pointers, which comprise the data  element unique identifiers.
Pardalis blog post has with more info. 

Pardalis is banking on granular information sharing through common point authoring of immutable objects:

My opinion, this may lead to a path for Enterprise Internet to innovate new business models as Consumer Internet has from monetizing social data via advertising.

2003 Pardalis patent entitled: "Informational object authoring and distribution system" on December 30, 2003. US Patent 6,671,696 - Pardalis) covering:

A typical immutable informational object and its contents that are authored, distributed and maintained by the present informational object authoring and distribution system comprise a unique identifier that designates the informational object, as well as one or more immutable data elements, each of which itself is identified by a corresponding unique identifier. The informational object may also contain other data, such as formatting data, permissions data, and the like. The data elements that are associated with a particular informational object are typically stored in a separate file system from the informational object, and are linked via the use of pointers, which comprise the data element unique identifiers.

Pardalis blog post has with more info

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