My first computer was an Apple II Plus. I paid more than $3,000 for it so I could write—and then edit without retyping—my school papers without tearing out my hair. (Until then, I was practically addicted to Wite-Out.) That first computer started my 30-year love/hate relationship with technology. Thank you Mr. Jobs for your part […]
Consider the list of devices, products, and services that smartphones already duplicate or replace.
The Devo interactive approach offers some interesting opportunities for publishers and marketers.
Sadly, it doesn’t appear that this incident was an oversight (we can forgive mistakes), but it looks like this is the Cooks Source business model, as clueless as that may seem.
Today, publishing is becoming a pure marketing relationship process, where content (the sharing of knowledge, entertainment, and enlightenment) binds together communities of buyers and sellers at lightening speed. The financial bar to entry is lower, but the requirement for caffeinated beverages is greater than ever.