By Michael Fauscette on March 10, 2014
I was working on some more research on business model innovation the other day and as I thought about the role of the Internet in business model disruptions over the past 15+ years, I couldn’t keep my mind from wondering back to something that has troubled me for the past couple of weeks, the proposed […]
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By Jason Busch on June 9, 2010
I caught up with an old friend last night at a technology networking event in Chicago, whom I’d describe as a reformed Big 5 consultant turned entrepreneur turned trader. He also happens to write — from time-to-time a financial blog that looks at …
By James Governor on October 30, 2009
As we rush to purchase Apple products and services on Cupertino’s monochrome treadmill of shiny shiny I can’t help thinking the open web community is losing something vital – a commitment to net neutrality and platform openness.
If a single company can decide what plays on the network and what does not, in arbitrary fashion, how can that be [...]