Does Europe have a startup problem? | NEXT Berlin

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Is startup culture hampered in Europe? Our list of finalists suggests a vibrant scene right across the country, but are these just the exceptions that prove the rule? (Does Europe have a startup problem?

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The Inevitable Disruption of Television – Maxwell Wessel – Harvard Business Review

Not limited to television, I will state again.

Let us focus on television: what was the last time you watch a broadcast without watching simultaneously to  your smart phone, tablet or laptop.

I see no evil, but was that not a song from a New York punk band?

Found at The Inevitable Disruption of Television – Maxwell Wessel – Harvard Business Review.

It’s easy to get caught up in the magic of Hollywood. I often find myself immersed in the perfect pacing of a well-constructed mystery, the flawless delivery of that once-in-a-lifetime monologue, the scale and grandeur of the next big blockbuster — I get so caught up in all of it, sometimes I forget that I generally go there to tell companies their businesses are in trouble. 

Read all at The Inevitable Disruption of Television – Maxwell Wessel – Harvard Business Review.

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eModeration Blog: How retail and investment banks are using social media – case studies

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The past couple of months have seen an increased acknowledgement of the role social media has to play in the development of the financial services sector. Industry forums like Finextra’s Live Social Media Days held in London and New York and the inaugural LinkedIn Financial Services Summit in New York are capturing the zeitgeist of financial social media.

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Susan Etlinger’s deck: Social Analytics 2012 at Social Media Week SF

Presented the following two talks at Adobe’s Social Media Week event (#SMW12) on February 13, 2012 in San Jose. Here’s an annotated version for those who were there, and those who couldn’t be.

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Watching Clay Shirky Defend our freedom to share (or why SOPA is a bad idea)

8/52, Nerdy Obsessions… (via TessOlivia,)

What does a bill like PIPA/SOPA mean to our shareable world? At the TED offices, Clay Shirky delivers a proper manifesto — a call to defend our freedom to create, discuss, link and share, rather than passively consume.

 

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