Tag: Google

Big data and the stalker economy (via Forbes)

Here are some snippets from a very interesting piece via Forbes.com; expressing exactly the same issue I have been looking it while researching the big data topic for my new book. Stay tuned. Big Data and the Stalker Economy – Forbes "Google offers free email, word processing, mapping, analytics, video, videoconferencing and ...

Brand Managers: read this: Likeonomics – How To Make Your Brand More Believable | Fast Company

This is a powerful new meme by Rohit Bhargava – be sure to read his book when it comes out. Likeonomics: How To Make Your Brand More Believable | Fast Company Likeonomics describes personal relationships, individual opinions, powerful storytelling, and social capital that help brands and their products or services become ...

Cool IT leader board. Google is the leader:)

Via Greenpeace Blogs - note: Google is the leader:) www.twitter.com/gleonhard i.mediafuturist.com for mobile updates Related articles (via MediaFuturist: Seth Godin on 2012: 2 must-watch videos. The… (futureof.biz) New Video: Zukunft der Medien / Future of Media (MediaFutureDay TPC Switzerland – in German) (mediafuturist.com) Gerd Leonhard: The Future of Business, shared by @gleonhard – Here's a few screenshots ...

Good read: LukeW | Josh Clark: Busting Mobile Myths

A lot of good bottom lines in this piece, below. I caught myself thinking about mobile in many of the ways Luke describes. Time to change that. LukeW | Josh Clark: Busting Mobile Myths Myth: Mobile Users are Rushed & Distracted We started with an over-simplified almost condescending view of mobile ...

The Future of Media: Maths + Magic (Neil Perkin)

A real cherry arrives via my collaborator Neil Perkin of Only Dead Fish (follow his tweets here): "Before Christmas, in an exceptionally insightful post on Ad Age, Adam Cahill suggested that it was time to change the orientation of media agencies and departments to be more reflective of what people ...

Tim O’Reilly quotes Thomas Jefferson on celebrating sharing

Via Michael Pinchera on Google+ comes this quote from one of my favorite and most clued-in people in the digital content and publishing space, Tim OReilly. "I just came across a fabulous quote from Thomas Jefferson celebrating the benefit of the spread of many copies for the preservation of ...

Some good learnings here: How the Huffington Post became a new-media behemoth

Gigaom has some good comments on this topic, see below. I personally believe that curation is content, as well, and that meta-content ie content about content will become extremely valuable going forward. What do you think? How the Huffington Post became a new-media behemoth "Traditional media critics attack the Huffington Post for ...

Video of 2010 Zuck Interview: some very interesting Facebook context

I just ran across this video in a very well-written Atlantic.com piece called the Ballad of Mark Zuckerberg, here. This is a must-read and must-watch. "Zuckerberg, Jeff Jarvis has declared, "sees Facebook as a next step in the net's evolutionary scale toward humanity." And so the young CEO has become ...

Kickstarter – Funding to Turn Passions into Businesses (Forbes)

I tend to agree with sentiment – crowd funding is becoming feasible. Nevertheless, it can be a very brutal experience for those who try it and fail, so… Beware of your expectations. Giving money is the utmost expression of giving attention, in a way, but it is also crossing a ...

Three Technologies that Will Change the Way We Shop | AdAge

Three Technologies that Will Change the Way We Shop | DigitalNext: A Blog on Emerging Media and Technology – Advertising Age "The opportunity to have customized offers and loyalty rewards based on our proximity to the shelf will be transformative for both marketers and shoppers…"  Give this concept some thought…! Related articles "The ...

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