Review: The dark side of technology’s disruption – USA Today

See on Scoop.it – Designing design thinking driven operations Salon Review: The dark side of technology’s disruption – USA Today USA TODAY Lanier explains that in the pre-digital era, when new “disruptive” technology destroyed jobs, new ones eventually took their place. See on http://www.usatoday.com Photocredit: Chaval Brasil Related articles Why I’ve Left the Media Business 10 Monday AM Reads Disruptive Influencers – Disruptive technologies articles and insights | McKinsey & Company SOCIAL MEDIA, what we think about! – Beyond Facebook – Twenty Some Social Tools Your Business Should Be Using 10 Thursday AM Reads Disruption guru Christensen: Why Apple, Tesla, VCs, … Continue reading Review: The dark side of technology’s disruption – USA Today

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The internet is not infantilising us – unless we let it | NEXT Berlin

See on Scoop.it – Designing design thinking driven operations Is the internet reducing us to tribes of attention-seeking, short attention span children? No. But the decisions we make on how we use the internet might be… (Is the internet infantalising us – or is that just an excuse for poor choices? See on nextberlin.eu Related articles Does Our Short Attention Span Prevent Us From Deep Thinking? How to help your child do what you want them to do. Slow but Sure 4 Simple and Fun Ways to Re-Connect with Your Kids! Is technology and the internet reducing pupils’ attention spans? … Continue reading The internet is not infantilising us – unless we let it | NEXT Berlin

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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 — … Continue reading The Inevitable Disruption of Television – Maxwell Wessel – Harvard Business Review

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

Found at Transmedia Storytelling, Fan Culture and the Future of Marketing – Knowledge@Wharton. 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. Read all at Transmedia Storytelling, Fan Culture and the Future of Marketing – Knowledge@Wharton. Photocredit:wordpainting: Related articles 5 Lessons For Storytellers From The Transmedia World (fastcocreate.com) Word Of The Day: Transmedia (stoweboyd.com) Before … Continue reading Transmedia Storytelling, Fan Culture and the Future of Marketing – Knowledge@Wharton

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User Experience is Not a Feature by @TriKro

Via Scoop.it – Designing 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. Via grasshopperherder.com Photocredit:  thenovels Related articles User Experience Journey Map (serve4impact.com) Continue reading User Experience is Not a Feature by @TriKro

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