Monthly Archives: April 2013

The Retard Media Glitch and Google-Sized Hoaxes

10 days ago, in “The Liquidity of Information” I wrote (about twitter.com): The information transferred via this website is very random and fickle — but there is a lot being transferred, and it can change direction on a dime. Just … Continue reading
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Without Skin in the Game, Conversational Media Will Never Happen

Over the past decade or so, I have been very inspired by the concept which John Battelle refers to as “Conversational Media”: If you believe that conversational media represents an important emerging category in the overall media landscape, the question … Continue reading
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The Liquidity of Information

In financial markets, information often travels very quickly and can have momentous repercussions. Market volatility can lead to a extreme price fluctuations in a matter of minutes (just look at the price fluctuations in the exchange rate between “bitcoin” and … Continue reading
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How to Move On from Retard Media — Remove the Middleman

In “This Week in Tech” (Episode 401), John C. Dvorak suggested to “skip the middleman” — an intriguing prospect (and yet it is only really meaningful if everyone agrees what are “end goals” versus what are merely “means to an … Continue reading
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What if we did not reward the FIRST observation, but rather the MOST PRECISELY ACCURATE observation?

News media usually reward one of the first photos to appear after some “news event” occurs. It doesn’t really matter whether the photo in question is an adequate representation of the facts — what matters most (besides whether it arrives … Continue reading
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