It’s human. If there’s one way I can summarize why Apple’s pre-holiday “Misunderstood” ad got such a huge reaction, it’s probably that. It’s human. It connects with the audience at a level that most advertising companies can’t seem to nail, even those who have been in the industry for decades. The narrative plot for the … Continue reading Here’s The Real Reason Why Apple’s Holiday Ad Drew Such A Huge Reaction
In 2011, Michael Arrington was fired — very publicly and unceremoniously — from the blog he single-handedly founded, Silicon Valley’s indispensable daily news site TechCrunch. While the reason behind the eventual ousting varied from a power struggle between Ariana Huffington to a disagreement of the acquisition agreement signed with AOL, the underlying reason of why he was dismissed alludes … Continue reading Do Conflicts Of Interest Even Matter Anymore?
The web, by and large, is built to be free and is meant to be supported by advertising. Since its inception on the web, news sites like the The Huffington Post, Reuters, AP, The Verge, Engadget and many others built upon that model and for the most part, they have been successful in their endeavors. … Continue reading Jessica Lessin’s The Information: What Does It Mean For The Future Of Tech Journalism?
Bitcoin is not going to topple governments.Bitcoin is not going to take over the world. Bitcoin will not be the only currency everyone on this Earth use. What Bitcoin is, as I’ve come to understand after learning as much as possible about it over the last few days, a massive bubble. One riskier than anything … Continue reading The Future Of Bitcoin: It’s A Joke (And Bubble!)
I've been thinking a whole lot lately about the pricing model Jessica Lessin and her team decided to go with for their latest premium tech site, The Information. And here's what I've concluded: if you mind the price, or even think that it's remotely expensive, then they don't want you. They don't want you to … Continue reading The Information’s Pricing Totally Makes Sense – You’re Dumb If You Think It Doesn’t