The Lesson from South Carolina

It is very difficult, if not impossible, to avoid giving a sense of political bias when writing about political events. Nevertheless, I will try, by preceding the observations that follow with a disclaimer: this is not a political post and I am as neutral as I can be. It is the social aspect of this... Continue Reading →

Is Networked Consumption Reaching the Tipping Point?

At least this is how it looks like according to Katie Fehrenbacher from GigaOm. The money is flowing into this sector fuelling mad innovation spree. Katie Fehrenbacher believes that the tough economic conditions make the idea of networked consumption very attractive, as I also pointed out in my earlier post,. I haven’t come across any other... Continue Reading →

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