Monthly Archives for January 2012

→ The Cult of Amazon Prime

Jason Calacanis describes the world that Amazon Prime is enabling: All of these malls and choices seemed fun for a while, but Prime cult members have now won their freedom. They are opting for a simpler and more efficient form … Continue reading

29. January 2012 by Jean Friesewinkel
Categories: Innovation, Retail | Tags: , , | Leave a comment

→ Nobody Goes to Facebook Anymore. It’s Too Crowded.

It’s just a little satisfying to see veteran blogger Michael Arrington say something I’ve blogged about almost a year ago :-). Admittedly, recent moves such as the controversial frictionless sharing haven’t helped lower the noise volume either…

09. January 2012 by Jean Friesewinkel
Categories: Social | Tags: , | 2 comments

→ This Tech Bubble Is Different

Jeff Hammerbacher, former research scientist at Facebook and now founder of Cloudera: “The best minds of my generation are thinking about how to make people click ads. That sucks.” Great piece showing why it may be time to move past … Continue reading

02. January 2012 by Jean Friesewinkel
Categories: Innovation, Links | Tags: , , , , | Leave a comment