Strategies for a discontinuous future.
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Micromedia & Media 2.0,
Network Economics & Web 2.0,
Consulting & advisory,
research & publications,
in the press,
Friday, October 03, 2003
What Philips-Van Heusen is doing with Calvin Klein, which it recently bought.
' "Mr. Klatsky defined overhead this week as...simply the way the business was run ï¿½ with a perfectionist's zeal.
"They made thousands of samples," Mr. Klatsky said on Tuesday, "and that costs a bloody fortune" '.
Hey look - it's the beancounters!! Sounds bad to me.
But then again, I
think it is time for the Calvin Klein meme to die a horrible death.
-- umair // 11:18 AM //
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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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