Rise, Fall: Designing, Picking the Next Winner is No Easy Task

It's true that with many of the companies and products, much of the problem can be laid at the feet of management. They become overconfident that whatever they offer, consumers will snap them up.

The Year Ahead - Beautiful Content Everywhere, Feeling the Love

More than anything 2014 is going to be a year of beauty, acceptance, and becoming more comfortable with the fact that we're not alone. even in our own thoughts.

Don't Just Show Up: Trade Show PR Isn't All About Body Count

Publicists who focus on filling senior executive hours with the most meetings are only focused on body count, no matter what it takes.

Hunters: A Good Patent is Good, a Great Lawyer is Even Better

There has to be some way to separate the wheat from the chaff, the frivilous/worthless lawsuits from the honest patents based on hard, sweaty creative efforts that deserve protection.

Data Apocalypse

Today's advanced BD preservation media delivers a data life of 50 years or more without constant media migration or requiring power (except when read/written) or AC, delivering piece of mind and savings.

Information Overload

More Data Doesn't Make Better Decisions, it Just Takes Longer

Beyond Like: Smartphones--Powerful Business and Consumer Tools

In 1960, computer theorist J.C.R Licklider said that in a few years, human brains and computing machines will be coupled together very tightly.

NSA Just Needs a Better Name, New Service Offerings

The new name? National Storage Agency (won't have to change the initials on their coffee cups). Then pitch themselves as the country's corporate and personal storage service and add a service that will have people standing in line around the block - free, automatic backup of your devices/drives.

You're In Play: Internet of "Things" a Playground for Bad Guys/Gals

You could unplug and crawl under your bed or use common sense and be skeptical of all the great stuff that comes across your device/system screens. What the good and bad guys/gals can do is freakin amazing!!

The Next Great Thing: Chasing Innovative Products is a Long, Hard Trek

The boss' challenge is to figure out which are the good ideas and which are great ideas. But the real innovator? It's the customer … he/she/they determine what idea is insanely great and which is…

Keeping People: Entertainment and Education Connects Better than Selling

More and more people are online with the devices of their choice. So why is it so difficult to not only get them but retain them as customers, long-term customers?

Business Apps: BYOD Created Business Opportunities, Business Headaches

People bring their own devices, their own data, their own apps, their own communities; and they move personal/company information where it is most convenient, most useful for them.

Customer Service Has to Be Real and Responsive

For many companies, having a strong customer relationship isn't part of the deal. Fortunately a few firms get it and those are the ones you go back to again and again because they have real people who know the only person who counts in the relationship is ...YOU. The others? Talk to the ball!

Content Insider #282 - Adios Privacy

Don't Tell Me Who You Are, I'll Just Check Your Online Data

NAB Wrap: It's 4K All The Way, Drawing Line in The Sand, Storing Stuff

Thunder - Like a bunch of buff guys, Blackmagic Design hit NAB this year and had people talkin' and gawkin'. The Aussie Thunder Down Under crew showed they were seriously into the mainstream of content shooting/production.

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