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  • Why people will no longer pay for access to content

    My three-year-old son Alasdair is a fan of The Octonauts, but we don't own a DVD because we can watch it whenever we want, digitally, for free. How will content companies make money in this environment?

    • Posted 8 years ago
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  • The Berg Little Printer is a gimmick that changes nothing, but might change the world

    If you follow the right type of person on Twitter, you can’t have missed Berg’s Little Printer. I think it is a gimmick that will grace a few of the homes that own those over-designed three-legged orange...

    • Posted 8 years ago
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  • Is Steam’s tactical growth masking a strategic decline?

    I spent a couple of hours today talking to students at London South Bank University. These are the people who will be the Miyamotos and Molyneuxs of the future, so it was great to talk to them....

    • Posted 8 years ago
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  • The future of media, in 45 minutes

    I gave a talk entitled Whales, Power Laws and the Future of Media at the Edinburgh Interactive Festival last month. In essence, the old media model is that all consumers were treated equally: one price, one experience....

    • Posted 9 years ago
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  • Whales, power-laws and the future of media

    I spoke at the Edinburgh Interactive Festival 2010 today on the grandiose subject of the future of media. I think it went well. If you were there, please let me have your feedback below. The heart of...

    • Posted 9 years ago
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