Categories
Recent Posts

Roku's announcements from this year's CES are a big deal. Fast Company has a comprehensive review and analysis here, but I wanted to briefly summarize and make a few points about what this could mean for the future intersection of content and technology (our sweet...

Re-posted from Mashable: This week, pages upon pages of commentary have been written about Facebook’s acquisition of Instagram, the astronomical valuation applied to the deal, and the competitive impetus for the transaction. But what’s most interesting is what it implies about Facebook’s perspective on content creation versus...

For most of media history, we have been creatures of consumption. Large corporations and centralized distribution operations pushed a small amount of expensive, high-quality content at us. Think film studios, record labels, the big book publishers, etc. Because the tools needed to create content were...

Over the past couple of weeks, I have pondered the competitive threat that Facebook poses to Google and vice versa. This question is of course top of mind due to the launch of Google+ (which I love by the way). This post is Part 1...