“Think of personal data as the digital record of everything   a person makes and does online and in the world”
Image licensed from sevensheaven.nl
Source: Forbes Blog Post by Venessa Miemis
Source: Flickr.com/dunechaser
Source: Economist.com Satoshi Kambayashi
Image licensed from sevensheaven.nl
Source: Layar.com/YoutubeSource: Kevin Kelly
Dumb   Smart
Dumb   Smart
Source: Trendspotting.com
Source: PaidContent.org
Hat tip to Shelly Palmer
Timely &      Likable   Better service: fluid,   contextual               clean, safe and easyFair andattractive          ...
Transparency: data usage disclosure, at all times   Control: opt-in participation with immediate   feedback in rewards bal...
Data is the new Oil: paying with attention is the future of media
Data is the new Oil: paying with attention is the future of media
Data is the new Oil: paying with attention is the future of media
Data is the new Oil: paying with attention is the future of media
Data is the new Oil: paying with attention is the future of media
Data is the new Oil: paying with attention is the future of media
Data is the new Oil: paying with attention is the future of media
Data is the new Oil: paying with attention is the future of media
Data is the new Oil: paying with attention is the future of media
Data is the new Oil: paying with attention is the future of media
Data is the new Oil: paying with attention is the future of media
Data is the new Oil: paying with attention is the future of media
Data is the new Oil: paying with attention is the future of media
Data is the new Oil: paying with attention is the future of media
Data is the new Oil: paying with attention is the future of media
Data is the new Oil: paying with attention is the future of media
Data is the new Oil: paying with attention is the future of media
Data is the new Oil: paying with attention is the future of media
Data is the new Oil: paying with attention is the future of media
Data is the new Oil: paying with attention is the future of media
Data is the new Oil: paying with attention is the future of media
Data is the new Oil: paying with attention is the future of media
Data is the new Oil: paying with attention is the future of media
Data is the new Oil: paying with attention is the future of media
Data is the new Oil: paying with attention is the future of media
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This is an important topic, I think - let me know how you like it. Topics: why data is the new Oil, why most content will be paid for by 'attention', the radical convergence of media and what it means, the total redefinition of 'consumer', going from 'the network' to 'The Networked' etc. More at http://gerd.fm/m9SN2f

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Data is the new Oil: paying with attention is the future of media

  1. 1. “Think of personal data as the digital record of everything a person makes and does online and in the world”
  2. 2. Image licensed from sevensheaven.nl
  3. 3. Source: Forbes Blog Post by Venessa Miemis
  4. 4. Source: Flickr.com/dunechaser
  5. 5. Source: Economist.com Satoshi Kambayashi
  6. 6. Image licensed from sevensheaven.nl
  7. 7. Source: Layar.com/YoutubeSource: Kevin Kelly
  8. 8. Dumb Smart
  9. 9. Dumb Smart
  10. 10. Source: Trendspotting.com
  11. 11. Source: PaidContent.org
  12. 12. Hat tip to Shelly Palmer
  13. 13. Timely & Likable Better service: fluid, contextual clean, safe and easyFair andattractive Better interfacepricing * Social and inter- Better tools connected
  14. 14. Transparency: data usage disclosure, at all times Control: opt-in participation with immediate feedback in rewards balance, re-set options Trust: certified by standards and maybe a recognized and acceptable identity consortium Value: discounts, special offers and lots of ‘free stuff’ as a result of allowing data collection
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