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D-Day is coming!

In Technologies that change Medias on January 12, 2010 at 6:20 pm



We are living the last day of an era.

At the end of this month Apple will present its Tablet (or ISlate) that is supposed to change the world of Media.

Speculation level is amazing. Everyday brings a new flood of rumors about the Apple “God Tablet”:
All available 10 inch LCD screens produced in Asia have been bought by Apple.
The Islate is supposed to be very very good.

So everybody is holding breath.

And so what will happen?

Apple could try to sell as much as 10 millions tablet during the first year!

What will be the impact? will it be as good as necessary to make a hit on a market that doesn’t exist? will customer accept to add another tool after the Smartphone and the Laptop?

Will the people acept to pay another 1000 dollars or so to be able to consume stuff from internet?

How will the people accept to pay for content?

it’s a great moment.

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you can read these articles

PCWorld

What the Hell is going on with Twitter?

In Technologies that change Medias on November 7, 2009 at 1:16 pm

Twitter is gaining enormous momentum.

I can understand the value of sending tweets when you are an interesting news provider but for a normal human being, what is the REAL value of tweeting other than being a stupid egomaniac looking for attention, completely lost without his digital security blanket (doudou in French)?

As Snoopy says ” Happyness is a thumb and a blanket”;
Now we can say ” Happyness is Tweetering”‘

Supernews has a real good look at this phenomenon, have a look

Are we getting stupid with our social tools?

L’homme du Futur

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Can this Man save the Medias?

In Technologies that change Medias on November 7, 2009 at 11:42 am

Once in a Garage, Now CEO of the Decade.

Steve Jobs could have in his labs the ultimate solution for the Media industry : A Profitable Business Model.

It will certainly be “Great”

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