Remember CRM? The idea was you would try and get together everything you know about your customers so you could better guess their needs. Yes, it was a lot of work. Ah, let’s just rely on an external provider to do it for us. In fact we won’t even have a contract… Continue reading Social media: outsourcing your company information. Yes, it’s stupid.
“There was a time when Richard Wagner wrote no music for almost six years. He was thirty-six, and had completed three of his ten major operas. The Flying Dutchman and Tannhiiuser had been launched, with varying degrees of success, in Dresden, but Lohengrin had not yet found its way to any stage. There was a price on Wagner’s head. He… Continue reading On Germans and Other Greeks
For more than two years now international attention has been on and off. George Papandreou milked it as much as he could. Having the potential to blow up Europe or even the world economy according to others is a feat unmatched even by Bin Laden. Unfortunately nothing constructive has been done with this… Continue reading The Greek crisis produces media stars of disinformation
“I’m going to destroy Android, because it’s a stolen product. I’m willing to go thermonuclear war on this.” The point isn’t whether he said it or not. Nor is it whether it is admissable in court (it is). “I will spend my last dying breath if I need to, and I will spend every… Continue reading Steve Jobs was right to “go thermonuclear” against Android