My friend Alexis pointed me this morning to an awesome Wired article by Chris Anderson, author of The Long Tail. I’ve seen him speak a couple of times now and following his obsession with the long tail he is now focused on the impact of ‘free’ – which I think is having some far [...]
I bought a new video camera on Amazon this weekend, and I also bought an extra battery and a couple of SD cards. So far so normal. The amazing thing to me is that I ended up buying each of these three items from different suppliers on Amazon’s market place, and the last of [...]
This is a follow to my first post on this subject last week.
In that post I predicted that building web2.0 companies will start to become a more expensive business – driven by increased marketing and development spend.
In this follow up post I will look at what that might mean for the way companies [...]
I have been thinking for some time that the extreme capital efficiency of many web2.0 businesses is a feature of where we are in the cycle and will start to come under pressure as the sector matures. So when Max Bleyleben – in his post on Web2.0 bubble debate in full swing pointed me [...]
What is it with us Brits and agencies?
They are everywhere in this country, much more so than in the US, for example.
I`ve been feeling it most in advertising through our investment in Buy.At, and estate agents have been figuring prominently in my thoughts about the property sector (of which more below and [...]