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While I never going into depth about the finds, I do encourage you check them out if they sound interesting.
I have my beliefs and insights just as I’m sure you do about this topic. Checkout what John Steen has to say about it in this post.
Over on ‘Seeking Alpha’ Larry Kramer takes a look at how old media is coming toward new media: Rupert Murdoch and Steve Jobs building an iPad-only newspaper. While at the same time new media is moving toward old media: Gawker’s Nick Denton, Newser’s Michael Wolff, and Digg all changing their look to add curation and perspective to their pages, and make them behave more like traditional media, editors and all. Could this be the start of the long awaited settling of media into the new-new? Or just moves that make us feel more comfortable by framing business in familiar structures?
This is an interesting post by our friends over at Beet.TV, in it they interview Steve Robinson, CEO of Panache, about their online video ad solution, which allows visitors to fast forward, sort of.
Digital Tonto holds out that in the emergent new economy is all about inspiring the passions of employees to create and innovate. Which is a far more important value than the previous concentration on productivity. There is no doubt that this is important especially if you are a business that has reached a mature stage and is faced with stagnant growth.
Another online video service takes aim at Netflix, the difference is that Vutopia is backed by three of the largest US cable companies. Does it have a chance… certainly. What’s going to make the whole thing really interesting is how the net neutrality showdown turns out.