I like: Air New Zealand v. Richard Simmons

Richard Simmons is an iconic fitness instructor that you will have come across if you’ve spent any time watching American TV. I was reminded of my friend Heather Clarke who introduced me to Richard Simmons when we sat next to each other in adjacent cubicles at The Weber Group Europe, then based in Covent Garden. […]

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Microsoft’s Mundie: Tablets may not last, future of desktops is “the room” | VentureBeat – but this doesn’t work that well for much of the world where rooms are small: New York, Europe, east Asia Youth Insight Tools | Enovate – China Youth Insights Microsoft Co-Founder Hits Out at Gates – WSJ.com – this comes […]

Media convergence or media industry implosion

Up until the early 20th century; music was published from places like Tin Pan Alley. When wax cylinders and records came along record labels sprang up alongside publishers. The late 19th and 20th centuries also saw other parts of the media industry spring up: magazine publishers, the expansion of book publishers with the paper back […]

Second toughest in the infants

Smartphones is still an immature sector with the constant evolution of interfaces and form factors proof of this. IDC has come out and made the bold claim that Microsoft will be the second largest smartphone OS by 2015 on the back of the Nokia deal. Of course this depends on Nokia managing to keep their […]

Paul Saffo on a coming global turbulence

Venturebeat has an interesting interview with futurist Paul Saffo on how technology, economics and social effects will cause a ‘great turbulence in the coming next few years.