Strategies for a discontinuous future.
Current practice areas are:
Micromedia & Media 2.0,
Network Economics & Web 2.0,
Consulting & advisory,
research & publications,
in the press,
Tuesday, October 21, 2003
Virtualization, pt 474
George Monbiot has a kind of different take on offshoring: a little more historical, and little more macro-focused. Whether or not you agree, this is a thought-provoking article.
"For the first time in history, the professional classes of Britain and America find themselves in direct competition with the professional classes of another nation.
...The most marketable skill in India today is the ability to abandon your identity and slip into someone else's".
-- umair // 4:06 PM //
check out the Bubblegeneration - Swicki swicki at eurekster.com
The Laws of Social Media: MySpace vs Friendster
The New Economics of Media (500kb ppt)
The Atomizing Hand: The Strategy and Economics of Peer Production (500kb ppt)
the big picture
The New Economics of Music, Pt 1
The New Economics of Music, Pt 2
Accelerating Past the Chasm
New Strategies for Property Rights, Pt 0
New Strategies for Property Rights, Pt 1
New Strategies for Property Rights, Pt 2
Cops and Robbers: Why Bounties Don't Work
Google, Evil, and Competitive Advantage
Who's Wearing the Goggles? The MPAA, Lemons, and the Replication Economy
The Economics of Free
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bubblegeneration // the strategy and economics of innovation
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