Here are my posts over on GigaOm from this week:
- Realtime & the off switch: The internet is going to get a lot more real-time in 2013, and in years to come. And that means a constant stream of information and updates. Since the genie is out of the bottle, how about an off-switch for better realtime management?
- My conversation with ex-Facebook CTO and Quora co-founder Adam D’Angelo: Former Facebook CTO Adam D’Angelo believes that the future is about creating more knowledge and adding a layer of reputation to the fast-growing internet. And that is why he started Quora, his first real attempt at being a startup CEO.
- The new guard: Look at who is buying technology companies now: One of the big trends of 2013 and beyond is the pervasiveness of technology in everything we do – from how we work to how we live and how we consume. And it is going to bring a brand new crop of buyers to techlandia.
- Chasing Netflix, Intel, AT&T, Verizon & others lose their collective mind: The new, new thing to do these days is to launch a new streaming video service to compete with Netflix and Amazon. Intel, Walmart, AT&T, Sony, Verizon… the list of me-too offerings is getting longer. The problem is that they aren’t really better than the incumbents.
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