“Anytime you have a customer base as frustrated as the traditional cable providers’ customers are,” Beck says, citing a cb24 study that indicates that 53 percent of cable customers say they would leave their cable provider if they hand another viable alternative for TV, “you have an environment that’s ripe for technology companies to disrupt […]
What is big data? [infographic] – Holy Kaw!.
How the infrastructure that underlies commercial access to the Internet is crappy. Why America's Internet Is So Shitty and Slow.
How to get past the robots that are reading your résumé in College Life curated by Kathy Berger.
Custom taxonomies are a useful add on when you are creating a custom WordPress site that’s more than a blog. When combining custom taxonomies and custom post types just right, you can create any kind of website using WordPress. via How to use custom taxonomies in WordPress | Developer Drive.
Meanwhile, the film industry was considering what the addition of color meant as a narrative device. "Something living had been brought into the world that was not there before," the Broadway set designer Robert Edmond Jones wrote in 1935 of the newly honed Technicolor process. The Wizard of Oz, in 1939, employed one of the […]
i do post on net neutrality issues quite often. this is really, really important stuff. it’s a very dirty business, and our freedom of speech is literally on the line. Time Warner Cable's 97 Percent Profit Margin on High-Speed Internet Service Exposed | Bruce Kushnick.
25 years ago Douglas Adams managed to predict almost everything the internet would become – Us Vs Th3m.
The deal should remind investors to take a closer look at today’s hottest tech startups, says Columbia Business School professor Rita Gunther McGrath. via 15 years later, lessons from the failed AOL-Time Warner merger. The commentary correctly identifies that AOL’s business model was connectivity. But I take it step further: it did not value it’s […]
@mat just won it. incredible piece. if you work online in content or advertising in any way, you have to read it. Inside the Buzz-Fueled Media Startups Battling for Your Attention | WIRED.