My podcast partner explains why I was mistaken to not oppose Facebook’s power sooner — and I welcome it. Plus, additional follow-up on Manifestos and Monopolies.
Ben Bajarin: The Beginning of the End of Qualcomm, The Disruptive Nature of ARM
Ben is on vacation so today’s Daily Update guest writer is Ben Bajarin. One of Ben’s many responsibilities is consulting for the chip industry, and today he shares his pessimism about Qualcomm.
Ellen Chisa: Crowdfunding and the Internet, An Overview of Crowdfunding Platforms, Creating a Sustainable Crowdfunding Platform
Ben is on vacation so today’s Daily Update guest writer is Ellen Chisa. Ellen is a former product manager at Kickstarter and is writing an overview of crowdfunding.
Semil Shah: How FANGAM Impacts Startups, How Startups Adjust to FANGAM, Investing in a FANGAM World
Ben is on vacation, so Semil Shah wrote a guest post about startups in a world dominated by FANGAM: Facebook, Amazon, Netflix, Google, Apple, and Microsoft.
Josh Horwitz: Uber in China, What Uber Got Right, Is Second Place Winning?
Ben is on vacation; in a guest post, Josh Horwitz explores Uber in China. What did they get right that so many other Western companies get wrong, and is it sustainable? What if they are only ever second place?
Daily Update: Thinking Twice on Drones, by James Allworth
Good morning, A quick note about yesterday’s update: I made an error here: This number was a bit of a surprise; the Wall Street Journal reported a month ago that the company made $566 million in 2012. In fact, the Wall Street Journal was reporting the number for 2013 (which was my original assumption). Yesterday,Subscribe […]