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A few weeks ago, I presented on one example of digital disruption—how digital businesses (like Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon) are not only changing the way we watch TV, but also how TV is being made. I talked to some classmates about the project and got some great feedback, so for this post, I wanted to […]
It’s been a bad week for “net neutrality,” and more broadly, the future of the open web.
In the last decade crowdsourcing has become a critical tool for businesses to solve some of their biggest problems. Crowdsourcing can effectively and efficiently solve business challenges in IT, product development, operations, and other functions. According to Google (a crowdsourcing genius), the definition of crowdsource is: “obtain information or input into a particular task or […]
Earlier today, the SEC announced that Social Media is an acceptable method of disclosing company information, as long as investors have been informed which outlets are to be used. Yes, you read that correctly: earlier today. As in April 2, 2013. From the SEC official press release (which Forbes notes was tweeted a whole 20 minutes after […]
Recently, Netflix announced that it would allow users to share their viewing data on their Facebook pages. This is a big change for Netflix, but one that consumers have been anticipating for years. The primary value proposition of Netflix’s business model is the strength of its recommendation algorithm. Based on the television shows, movies and […]