"Free" vs "Charge for Access"
Reading through some conference tweets and I can’t quite bring myself to say this. (Don’t feed the trolls…) A real calculus of effort, mission, & value is much more interesting than the false dichotomy of “Free” vs “Charge for Access.”
To get an idea off the ground…over this last decade the barrier to entry...– From This Week in Tech episode 228, a conversation between Digg founder Kevin Rose, host Leo Laporte, and Robert Scoble about how much easier it is to get stuff done now. Quote starts at around 22:00. Kevin Rose: If you wanted to start a company back in 2000 it was a lot more difficult than it was...
Teams with healthy idea life cycles are easy to spot: ideas flow between people...– From Scott Berkun’s The Myths of Innovation, page 103. (Part of a chapter called “Your knows more about innovation than you do.”) …Sharing with my new friend Jacob Wang.
This is the 21st century data challenge: Not transactions. Not data warehouses...– Tim O’Reilly, Keynote from 2010 MySQL conference http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WqLB99dA48k
A few thoughts about mobile
I was just asked a question about how we should be thinking about “mobile”. The question came with some assertions that made me think the person was thinking about mobile mostly as a content consumption device. This was my very very very quick answer. [I’ll flesh these out later to get the quotes right.] Lemme put a pin down on the map with some thoughts to unpack...