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Audio podcast of Radio New Zealand interview with Futurist Gerd Leonhard: the opportunities and friction of ultra-fast broadband (and the future of paid content)

This short interview on my last trip to Auckland was fun – check it out. The interviewer is Kathryn Ryan (and she really knows her stuff!). Thanks for having me, Kathryn. Ntn-Gerd Leonhard Interview Radio New Zealand From Nine To Noon on Tuesday 21 ...

Data is the new oil – and ‘publicy’ is the new default

Cross-posted from the Orange Rag, in prep for the upcoming LawTech Futures event in London, in March 2012 When observing the explosive growth of the mobile Internet, the ubiquitous availability of ever more powerful digital devices as well as the global boom in social networking, it becomes patently clear that there ...

Future of Broadband: TeleMedia Ecosystems (from the Auckland NZ conference)

I just finished my presentation at the Future of Broadband conference here in Auckland, New Zealand, and sure enough, someone from TechToday(NZ) has already reviewed and summarized some of it, see below.  I will make the video available as soon as I have it, on my Youtube channel. The slides I ...

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 ...

Here’s a few screenshots from various TeleMedia presentations (via my Tumblr blog)

Here are a few screenshots from various presentations on one of my favorite topics: Telemedia i.e. the coming convergence of the telecom and media sectors. Get ready – the coming Facebook IPO will hugely accelerate this. Go here to find out more. via www.futureof.biz (nice carousel function on Tumblr!) Related articles New video: ...

Facebook is cable TV…without the cable. “Big Content” – read this.

I have blogged about this many times: social networks are the next broadcasters, and many content creators will start going direct, both for distribution as well as for funding. And we will use networks like facebook mostly on mobile devices – 3 Billion of them, soon. How Facebook could remake the ...

Stowe Boyd’s 1st post on The Futures Agency blog: Good Artists Copy, Great Artists Steal

TFA's new Chief Curator Stowe Boyd nails it, here "I think it’s fitting that my first post here should lay out some thoughts about the changing nature of media, at a microcosmic level: the level of an active participant in the swirling media landscape. Specifically, I want to say a few ...

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 ...

Corporations That Don’t Practice Social Responsibility Can’t Hide Anymore | Co.Exist: World changing ideas and innovation

This is quickly becoming a fact of life in the networked economy. Corporations That Don’t Practice Social Responsibility Can’t Hide Anymore | Co.Exist: World changing ideas and innovation Umair Haque sums it up well in his new book Betterness: Economics for Humans: “The bigger picture of twenty-first-century competition is richer, more nuanced ...

Facebook IPO Filing Reveals Its Stunning Size: A Private Jet, $1 Billion In Profits, And More

Staggering numbers! Facebook IPO Filing Reveals Its Stunning Size: A Private Jet, $1 Billion In Profits, And More "Facebook revealed impressive statistics about its growing and active userbase, which totals 845 million members, more than half of whom, or 483 million, return to the site daily. These hundreds of millions of users ...

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