In last week’s feature article, I analyzed the rise of audio formats in comparison to the decline in print formats. Specifically: podcasts and…
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On The Bill Simmons Podcast this month, author Malcolm Gladwell said something that startled me: the audiobook version of his latest book, Talking to…
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In my previous two weekly analysis posts, I’ve made the case for why blogs and email newsletters represent the future of independent media - and could…
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The following post is my argument for a new type of social networking built around cultural content. While blogs, Tumblr and email newsletters cannot…
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Every December going back to 2004, I’ve done an end-of-year review of the top Internet technology trends. This is my sixteenth year doing this, but the…
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Why I'm starting a newsletter on the intersection of tech and the cultural industries.
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For this week’s Cybercultural newsletter, I partnered with consumer insights platform Alpha to survey 324 people about their online gaming habits. The…
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At the start of 2010 I was running ReadWriteWeb, a tech blog that helped define and chronicle the Web 2.0 era. We had run our first conference the…
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Notes from the field, from internet past ☎️ to internet present 📱
Thoughts on a pre-internet era. Plus notes on Wordle, Pono, Twitter's algo, Facebook headwinds, and more.
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Looking at the state of the mobile internet, present and past 📲 Why? Partly because Facebook wants its metaverse to be like the mobile internet.
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Web 2.0 developers continue to be skeptical of Web3 and crypto. But that doesn't make it any less fascinating to dive into 🤿
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