Snap’s Partner Summits continue to provide compelling looks into what Snap is building today, and how it connects to the future.
Distribution on the Internet is free; what matters is controlling demand. AT&T and Verizon didn’t understand the distinction.
More and more opportunities on the web come from market marking, not for advertisers, but for real goods and services paid for with real money.
Revisiting the FTC’s decision in 2013 makes me doubtful that a case would have made much of a difference.
Good morning, Yesterday’s Spotify post probably should have been a Weekly Article; I’m writing follow-up all the same! On to the update: More from Daniel Ek Spotify CEO Daniel Ek did an interview with The Verge and a question-and-answer session with investors after the Stream On event that I wrote about yesterday. I thought thereReading […]
Spotify’s Stream On event advertised Spotify’s ambitions to become an Aggregator. The plans were impressive, but should Spotify go even further?
Information on the Internet is conveyed by memes, which can be anything and everything. The real world impacts are only now being understood.
Journalism cannot afford to be divorced from business realities; that applies to Australia, the New York Times, and even Andreessen Horowitz.
That Intel is built to be integrated is precisely the problem, why Qualcomm bought a CPU team, and Netflix controls its own destiny.
Too much tech power has been an impending crisis for years; that doesn’t change just how costly the crisis was. Then again, centralization might yet win.