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

Via Scoop.itDesigning design thinking driven operations

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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