In recent years, it has become fashionable to complain about the internet – it seems as if we screwed up, unable to exploit this technology to the benefit of all, are spied on by every government on earth and created Trump, Brexit and everything evil with it. While one could argue about that point of … Continue reading My biggest blockchain hope: Gain control of our data
Cameras will be the next big platforms that will eventually challenge most companies' destination philosophies and drive them to creating intelligent systems.
Every year all of us are looking forward to Mary Meeker's Internet Trends. A goldmine for anyone interested in digital transformation and a great source of numbers and stats. Here we go: Also, the KPCB site offers the archive of all Internet Trends presentations dating back until 2001. Those will be in digital museum, far … Continue reading It’s this time of the year: Mary Meeker’s new Internet Trends have arrived
One of the "most liked" articles that I published on my old blog, this one in November 2013. The narrative of the mobile revolution was set, but most clients thought that adding "make our stuff responsive" to any agency briefing would do the job. I tried to shoe the deeper implications of the mobile shift … Continue reading Archive (11/2013): Why identity management will be one key to success in digital
This did not take off at all, and my post, published in October 2011 on my old blog, was way too optimistic. But at least it survived for some services like Spotify or Runtastic. For small Facebook fanpages, I still believe that Facebook Ads is the best way to grow their user base. But for … Continue reading Archive (10/2011): Growing your fanpage through “passive sharing”
Ich will ja nicht angeben, aber ich finde den Artikel heute, gut 5 Jahre später, immer noch genau so aktuell wie damals, als ich ihn im Juni 2011 in meinem alten Blog veröffentlichte. Datenschutz ist ja ein riesiges Thema. Dabei geht es den meisten Leuten darum, dass nichts und niemand Daten von nichts und niemandem … Continue reading Archiv (6/2011): Meine Daten, deine Daten