Archive for January, 2012
We’re witnessing the Internet turning upside down. What used to be singular content broadcast to many is now becoming a plethora of content curated for one.
Facebook is nearing their IPO and Google is scared of the competition. But is Google responding in the right way?
Reader Track is now available in the App Store! Let me walk you through the process of getting an app from idea to App Store, step by step.
Politicians are only opposing SOPA/PIPA to gain support of the Internet community, go viral, and get re-elected. There is no doubt that if the (lobbyist) price was right, they’d take the money and run.
Y Combinator called for startups to “kill Hollywood,” but what is that going to take? How can we envision a future without mainstream TV and movies?
What should we do when our representatives decide to stop representing us?