The Atlantic: The Disruption Myth

Is disruption a myth? Is it a nice to have, a thing you’re supposed to do, or is it an innovative business driver? The Atlantic’s Justin Fox posits the question given the lack of significant market-changing technological leaps. I tend to believe people are more entrepreneurial than ever, but are focusing that spirit within existing […]

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CES: the buzz is going to be Internet of Things, enchanted objects and looking beyond social media

Geoff Livingston says the marketing industry is pivoting from social media to the Internet of Things, and he’s completely correct. My colleagues are growing tired of me repeating this, but I’m not sure this has fully soaked in with our industry peers. Social media is no longer an emerging trend. Facebook turns 10 years old […]

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When looking at Google Glass and the first smartwatches, don’t forget how bad the 1st iPhone was

In my experience this last year wearing Google Glass, a Nike Fuelband and a Pebble smartwatch, humans want technology to be perfect, or they dismiss it. Just about every person I give demos to comments on the fashion, battery life, cost and utility of these devices. This may be the gut reaction of most people […]

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