Boast during the day; be humble at night.Presentation Transcript
Boast during the day; behumble at night.bostonian17:49:14, Thu Aug 2, 2012
“ Technology is so much fun but we can drown in our technology. The fog of information can drive out knowledge. ” —Daniel J. Boorstin
Coffee should be black as Hell, strong as death,and sweet as love.· Looking back at the history of motion pictures, theres nothing really to compare it to.· What does that have to do with negotiating the fair and equitable licensing rates for music?· These devices may be 2-3 times the size of an iPhone and will connect to the Internet in every conceivable way· The stanza poem was a protest against the 0 proposed factories that were to be built in this small Berkshire town.
Only stretch your foot to the length of your blanket. Morph user-contributed deliverables
There are a thousand paths to every wrong.· Offer things that used to cost money such as listening to a song, on demand, for what I like to call feels-like-free· Kevin Kelly said it years ago: we must sell what cant be copied, whats scarce, not what is ubiquitous.· Its ontology remains the same, only its scale and mode of presentation might change.· Later appropriated by the cyberculture theorists of the mid-s as a way through which to conceptualise the early Internet as a metaphorical space.
“ It is only when they go wrong that machines remind you how powerful they are. ” —Clive James
The rooster said, I shall cry but whether the sunrises God knows.· A bestselling book might sell a million copies or so.· Freemium is a word concocted by VC Fred Wilson and Jarid Lukin, and popularised by Wired magazines Chris Anderson.· Economic experts have already done a lot of work on the flat rate model.· Information is the measurable, demonstrable utterance we actually come out with.
In conclusion· Extend user-centred communities· Empower magnetic weblogs· Post mission-critical communities· and remember: Aim high in your career but stay humble in your heart.
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