Monthly Archives: November 2010

Light Foresight Part V

Again many interesting stories that could be DiCoDEd. I’ll log them here, in a light foresight entry, in order to come back later if this book leaves me some time. Hope you enjoy it too! [Facebook, Data, Google, Aggregation, advertising, … Continue reading

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Light Foresight Part IV

Damn, there are a lot of interesting stories (especially the Facebook/Google slap fight) and i don’t take the time to cover them sufficiently. So i’ll just log them here, in a light foresight entry, in order to come back later. … Continue reading

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Light Foresight Part III

Rocking some links before kicking the end of the second chapter (draft); no storytelling lesson today: [Seesmic, Loic Le Meur, Business Model] http://mashable.com/2010/11/07/seesmic-for-enterprise/ #beagilenotagirouette [Apple, MacBook, MacBook Air, UI, GUI, NUI, User XP, Mac OS Lion] http://www.engadget.com/2010/11/07/switched-on-the-ipadification-of-mac-os/ #smart(acrossthe)linemanagement [Microsoft, Kinect, NUI, Vocal … Continue reading

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Light Foresight Part II

Being very busy lately on the writing of the book (the drafted structure is fixed, so I need to fill it) and other minor things, I am less able to do an active foresight. That’s why I’ll post interesting links … Continue reading

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Big cable loses 500,000 subscribers in Q3, we neglect to send flowers

Intro: Last quarter was the first time ever that US pay TV subscription rates were down. Now, according to GigaOM’s calculations, big cable suffered another set back in Q3, waving goodbye to over 500,000 subscribers in total. Comcast was saddled … Continue reading

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Light Foresight Part I

Being very busy lately on the writing of the book (the drafted structure is fixed, so I need to fill it) and other minor things, I am less able to do an active foresight. That’s why I’ll post interesting links … Continue reading

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HOW TO: Optimize Your Social Media Marketing Strategy

Intro: There’s nothing like the basics to help bring things back into focus when you feel lost. In “Marketing 101,” the acronym AIDA stands for Awareness, Interest, Desire and Action. This is the most simple and rudimentary of sales and … Continue reading

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Microsoft Shifts From Silverlight to HTML5

Intro: Adobe isn’t the only company being tempted by the sweet taste of HTML5, Microsoft has a hankering for the stuff too. Despite its past efforts to shape Silverlight into the leading cross-platform runtime for the web and the desktop, Microsoft … Continue reading

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Microsoft’s Newest Acquisition Is About 3-D Gesture Controls

Intro: Microsoft has acquired Canesta, the manufacturer of semiconductor chips capable of sensing movement and gestures in 3-D. The technology could be applied to everything from Windows 8 motion controls to its Xbox Kinect motion-sensing device. Demo: My Take: Further … Continue reading

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