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. 

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Transmedia Storytelling, Fan Culture and the Future of Marketing – Knowledge@Wharton

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The rise of each new medium — print, motion pictures, radio, television — introduces new forms of communication and entertainment. Often, the new medium initially replicates what came before: Many early movies were filmed stage plays, and early television programs were based on their radio antecedents. Eventually, however, each new medium evolves into its own form.

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User Experience is Not a Feature by @TriKro

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Is anyone else out there sick of signing up for on-line products that don’t do what they promised? It’s only an MVP is a poor excuse for bad user experience.
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US Consumer Usage Report 2011 – Nielsen

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Almost one in three U.S. TV households – 35.9 million – owns four or more televisions, according to this new report on media usage from Nielsen.
Via blog.nielsen.com

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Clay Shirky Says Good Collaboration is Structured Fighting

Form, storm, perform, mourn is it often in projects. And productive friction keeps organizations, professionals and persons sharp. So true, as one experiences every dat

Found at Clay Shirky Says Good Collaboration is Structured Fighting.

Companies and projects focusing on large-scale collaboration might want to start thinking about collaboration in a new way. Clay Shirky, author of  Here Comes Everybody closed out the second day ofLinuxCon North America 2011 with a contrarian look at collaboration. While many treat collaboration as a “love fest” or harmonious interaction, Shirky put forward the idea that productive methods of fighting are the most successful, particularly in open source.

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The Mad Men We Love to Hate: Our changing relationship with advertising

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n first of two debates with the Advertising Association exploring our changing relationship with advertising our expert panel, Nicola Mendelsohn, president, IPA, Lord Watson, chairman, Havas Media and journalist Sam Delaney consider how and why the world of Mad Men has been consigned to the history books. Is this the result of a more empowered public and shifting patterns of consumption in a fast-changing economic and communications landscape?

Listen to the full audio: http://www.thersa.org/events/audio-and-past-events/2011/the-mad-men-we-love-t…

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