Posted by Jeff Kelly on April 15, 2008
These are my links for April 14th through April 15th:
- WatchingTV Online – Blog I just discovered tracking the move of television to the Web. If their theme is correct, this will be a "threat to big media". No saying how the convergence game will play out, but converge we will!
- The Mobile Web Was Born Only Yesterday – I agree wholeheartedly with Michael: "So I disagree that The Mobile Web is dead. For many of us it is just coming alive." Just look at the use of mobil outside the US. The future of the Web is a mobile one.
- Social Aggregators Emerge To Manage Digital Lifestyles [Dion Hinchcliffe’s Web 2.0 Blog] – Dion's wonderfully brief post about the rise of social aggregation. This HAD to happen as social fatigue sets in. These will be a model for the future of managing one of our auxillary brains (our social graph(s))
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Posted by Jeff Kelly on February 18, 2008
These are my links for February 18th:
- The Pirates Can’t Be Stopped – An interesting look at the seemingly futile battle against piracy. This has huge implications for life as we know it. We have had IP since the first copyright law in 1663. How can we adapt to a new model that will still reward our “starving artists”?
- First Look: Kluster’s Market Approach to Crowdsourcing – A nice article on the forthcoming Kluster.com. Sounds like a nice spin on crowdsourcing plus a predictive market for the ideas generated plus financial incentive. As these markets grow people need to learn how to harness their potential