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Esther Dyson, one of the 28 women counted at today's Supernova conference, responding to Bob Iannucci of Nokia in a conversation on the challenges of making money off of emerging networks of users, urged businesses to "appeal to people's pride rather than their avarice" or else they risk "turning good people into prostitutes." When Iannucci replied that "a market is just a language," Dyson extended her metaphor to herself, and to Dopplr, a trip-sharing social network. "I give up my travel information for free on Dopplr," she explained. Dyson is an investor in Dopplr. Does that make her a pimp who gives out freebies? (Photo via esthr)