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By Phil Fersht on July 11, 2011
The Swiss, in their typically punctilious fashion, now have an “Anti-PowerPoint Party” with the self-stated goal of having the number of boring PowerPoint presentations on the planet to decrease and the average presentation to become more exciting and more interesting.
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By Michael Krigsman on July 11, 2011
Many web users do not recognize the importance of privacy and security, a problem destined to become much worse before it gets better. If you thought the Dropbox terms of service were problematic (here and here), then look at Google’s (emphasis added): You retain copyright and any other rights you already hold in Content which [...]
By Jason Busch on July 11, 2011
Even though I don’t necessarily believe we can extrapolate from UK consumer data whether US consumers will pay more for products and brands that showcase corporate social responsibility (e.g., products with lower carbon footprints…
By Paul Greenberg on July 11, 2011
Without a doubt the event of the week, was the launch of a “private field test” of Google+, Google’s newest attempt at a social network. It even overshadowed the Facebook/Skype partnership that delivered video chat to Facebook. There is no doubt that there is a lot of buzz about Google+, there is a lot of positive press and a lot of speculation about it. But the questions that remain for me after all is said and done are in the order of least important to most important:
Is it a Facebook killer?
Does it provide a genuine business value?
By Ross Mayfield on July 11, 2011
Google+ has captured the imagination of marketers. So much imagination that Google responded early saying Plus for Businesses is on the way: “Right now we’re very much focused on optimizing for the consumer experience, but we have a great team…
By Vinnie Mirchandani on July 11, 2011
In the book I am writing, I have identified a number of industries where companies got demolished by tech savvy competitors (Blockbuster, Borders and many more). But my research also highlights plenty of companies which have reinvented themselves with technology or have commercialized technology which did not succeed in the first go-around. Exhibit A is [...]