Month: September 2011

Is Content King or is it Platform?

The adage about content being king is absolutely true and the precipitous drop in the value of Netflix shares related
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Selling your Privacy Evolves with Amazon Silk Browser

Amazon’s new Silk browser bundled with its new Kindle Fire will leverage it’s own servers for browser proxying meaning that
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Amazon’s Subsidized Tablets Borrow from Wireless Carriers

Will any margin remain in selling standalone computing hardware? I want to bet against Amazon – not because I don’t
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Off to Metaswitch Forum 2011

Next week I am headed to the Metaswitch Forum 2011 event and this will be the third time in a
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Why AT&T Purchased Superclick Networks

AT&T just picked up Canadian WiFi gateway and solution provider Superclick Networks for $15 million dollars and the deal is
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Herman Cain Crushing it Online

Just a week ago the common wisdom was the Republican nominee would be either Mitt Romney or Rick Perry but
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Women’s Rights: The Next Frontier of Product Marketing

History shows us commoditized markets can be fertile ground for differentiation and pricing power if a product or company is
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Herman Cain Wins Straw Poll and Website Goes Down

I received a news alert from CNN and immediately decided to contribute to the Herman Cain campaign in-part because it
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The Turnover Epidemic and the Toll it Takes

As I look out at the technology landscape I find it surprising that replacements of marketing personnel whether initiated by
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Slowly, New York Subways get Cell Service

GSM customers rejoice, finally you will be able to use your cellphones in the subways of New York. As someone
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